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What makes a farm work, according to the author, is the relationship between farmers and tractors. Another relationship discussed by Hughes reflects the tractor’s enduring importance in North Carolina. An illustration for this relationship is the anecdote about a farmer, his tractor, and child he trusted to operate it. Illustrations of the tractor’s importance in North Carolina is many counties having multiple tractor dealerships, her comparison between tractor and car dealerships, and assertion tractor dealerships are often community centers and places of business.
A Charlotte couple traded an urban life for rural life in buying a farm, with the expected part of their pastoral plan involving animals like llamas and horses. The unexpected member of their animal menagerie was alpacas. This in turn yielded an unexpected result for their dream home: it became Good Karma Ranch. What the couple calls an “adult camp” currently specializes in agritourism, products made from alpaca fur, and BYOB gatherings. The expanded version of “adult camp” at Good Karma Ranch will soon include yoga and wine and paint nights.