Glenn has the antennae and control room to operate a ham radio, a skill he has mastered over years of practice. He said, "Believe it or not, I get nine on air tv channels with this old antenna. No cable bill here. Note the mast mounted preamp on the right. Channels 2,4,5,7,25,38,44,56,and 68."
Etta and I climbed to the widow's watch above the third floor of Glenn's house, to watch the August sun set. She offered me her chicken bone but I was full.
Glenn cooked slow-cooked ribs for us, from a pig raised at his neighbors farm and seasoned wonderfully. Glenn also made chicken confit, and fresh squash from his garden. His friend Kim came over and we enjoyed telling stories and listening to music beside a campfire at dusk.