Snowsuits were handed down as our children grew. In this account from 1988 I tell about snowsuits that almost didn’t make it through to spring.
The expense of a new snowsuit wouldn’t have fit our budget, even if one could found for sale.
The eighties gave us many problems. Money was tight. I always say we hung onto our farm by the skin of our teeth. Sadly some of our friends lost farms.
We did our best, even patching a disintegrating snowsuit helped save money.
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