Malcolm MacGregor's Scottish roots urished his love for people, animals and the soil. He was a country doctor in the mid 20th century, a glorious time for medicine. Penicillin had just entered the scene and was one potent weapon he could pull from the oversized black bag that was his constant companion on house calls and home deliveries. Surrounded by the Foothills of Mt. Hood, Dr. MacGregor practiced in the small rural town of Gresham, Oregon, then the strawberry capital of the world. He raised his family of six children on the farm he called Highland Acres. In retirement, he writes the true stories Tales From MacGregor's Farm. Volume I, A Pretty Lucky Bird, is the first of a contemplated series of twenty. He hopes your children will enjoy being a part of his farm life as much as his family did.