And the Verdict is...
Our land is in an unincorporated area in Stone County Arkansas ,
Side note , there's an opening for a teacher up there ... makes my
li'l heart go pitty-pat !!
"Stone County" suggests a possible cash crop retirement plan ;-). I'd
I'll keep my fingers crossed regarding the teaching position but am
afraid it'd jinx it.
Bwahahahahahahhaaa !! While there is a problem in that area with people
growing "cash crops" out in the national forest , it got that name because
it "grows" rocks . Much of the Arkansas field stone sold comes from that
part of the state . A good portion of hard and soft Arkansas sharpening
stones also come from that part of the state.
I'm still chucklin' ...
you young !