FLAT BROKE WITH TWO GOATS: A Memoir
When McGaha discovered that she and her husband owed back taxes--a lot of back taxes--her world changed. Desperate to save money, they foreclosed on their beloved suburban home and move their family to a 100 year old cabin in North Carolina. What started as a last ditch effort to settle debts became a journey that revealed the joys and challenges of living close to the land.
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