Subscriber Login

Forgot Your Username?
Forgot Your Password?
You have cabin fever when . . .

By Byron McNutt

IT MAY BE a little early for cabin fever, that disease of the home-all-day type that is alleviated only a little bit by the knowledge the second wave of seed catalog mailings should begin anytime now.

But just in case it sets in, here are some of the symptoms so you will know it in time to get an antidote, as shared by Pearl Swiggum of the Crawford County Independent of Gays Mills. Her column Stump Ridge Forever ran for 46 years.

• Cabin fever is talking to the dog for 10 minutes, then waiting another 10 minutes for an answer.

• Watering the cactus

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 3:58 PM

Add comment

Comments exceeding 1,000 characters will not be accepted. Please refrain from using texting language and spell out all words. All comments are reviewed and must be approved before they are posted.

Security code