Saturday, April 06, 2013

Ridin' the Rails with hobo poetry!

Waiting for the train at the old Angola Depot!
Photo by Karen Homan

April brings showers and the waking up of our gardens and windows wide open during the twilight hours.
In my small town the train whistle can be heard at night as it travels its way from East to West. I love this romantic part of our lives...riding the rails, traveling by train.
Today's column is about hobo poetry and keeping the tradition alive.
Enjoy and as always, thank you for reading.

Click here for this week's column and go take a train ride!

Enjoy this video of Woody Guthrie singing Hobo's Lullaby!


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