This sequel to the original Eggs In My Pocket continues the everyday saga of life on a small farm and three generations of family struggling to maintain a way of life they love in the face of steadily encroaching urbanization. Ever wanted to leave the rat race behind and connect with a more natural lifestyle? These essays recount the realization of that desire with all its joys and tribulations grounded in the realities versus the fantasies. If you have ever loved - and perhaps lost - a family pet, some of the tales will resonate with you. The amazing, exhilarating flight of a pair of red-tailed hawks, the facts of life involved in keeping livestock, or the antics of grandchildren growing up, with all the laughter and bittersweet tears that involves, make for a down to earth, entertaining read.