Lynchburg Author:Joe Clark A private printing of about 100 unnumbered pages of black and white pictures, poems, short stories, long captions and musings. Privately printed for The Tennessee Squire Association. — A true serving of Americana. The dedication page states: "A true gentleman never sops his possum gravey with a cold biscuit." — Lynchburg has a population of about ... more »400 and is a long way from no where. People walk in the streets and not on sidewalks, so as not to wear them out. They have two traffic rules: "don't hit nobody and make sure nobody hits you".
A local housewife told the author "how surprised she had been, on moving in, to find a hand pump in her kitchen sink. She said, 'I thought "these people are trifling. There's a fresh spring just 15 feet from the kitchen door". But, you know, that pump comes in right handy.'"« less