by Ethel Ohlin Bradford
About the Book
It was 6 degree weather one January day in 2011, but there was a chore out on the patio that needed attention, and as it was no more than 6 feet from the door I bravely stepped outside, but was hit by such ice-cold air that I darted back in and postponed the chore till Spring.
But that moment made me ponder how people kept/keep from freezing when they have no choice and simply must go outside.
Join Ethel as she explores the ancient and modern ways we keep warm.
Ethel Ohlin Bradford, writer and Women’s Editor for The Murray Eagle aka The Green Sheet Newspapers, and author of the column Out My Window. Earned numerous Local, State and National Awards for her work. Author, in 2008 of the book The Sunset of the Farmer, with the art work on the cover and throughout the book by Beverly Wheeler Mastrim. Since then she has published books Our Road, Murray A Tale of Two Cities, Keeping Warm, and Life's Extra Innings.