People Who Live At The End of Dirt Roads
offers a country dose of old-fashioned simplicity and values to urbanites and ruralites alike.
Pitts, the editor for Livestock Market Digest, has a way of writing that captures the goodness, the wholesomeness of country life and leaves the reader with a familiar yearning to discover or rediscover that aesthetic. His essays talk about "important stuff" like barns falling down, kids growing up, small towns, letter writing, homesickness and hamburgers.
At a time when people seem to be searching for a simple life grounded in values, these touching essays encourage us to go home, to wander down the lanes and find peace and contentment at the end of dirt roads.