|Eric Sloane and his dog, Spooky. (Original Black and White Photographs From Archives)|
Eric Sloan wrote these words in "Eric Sloane's America", one of his many books. These pictures of him (and his wife and dog) were taken at their house in the northwest corner of Connecticut in the late 1960s.
|His Wife, Ruth|
|Set up with Coffee and Barely Audible Classical Music|
He apologized for his approach, and explained that this wall had not been "properly" built and therefore he was cheating by using the mortar for the repair.
|He is one of the few remaining men in the state who can build a proper dry wall.|
Robert Frost cited (but did not endorse) "good fences make good neighbors." The corollary may be also worthy of consideration. "Good neighbors make good fences."