Third-Generation Owner Of Anderson's Seed Remembers Late Father
When Mark Anderson remembers his late father, two smells come to mind first: potatoes and Christmas trees.
“The smell of just being in the potato cellar, every spring when the potatoes come in to the store, it just brings those memories back,” Anderson said. “There’s just something about that smell, it’s just earthy and kind of musky.”
That smell is one way Mark remembers helping his dad with the family store, loading up a cart with seed potatoes, when he was about 7 years old. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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