My small farm pre-dates 1847. Subtle signs everywhere give hints to the people who lived here before me and of those who toiled in the fields and labored in the barn. Long before the start of the civil war two young slaves were bound to what I now call Pinky Swear Farm. Not much is known about Peter and Sevilla other than their names. I’m creating a large vegetable and herb garden to ensure they are never forgotten. The fence will be finished in a couple days and I will begin planting Peter & Sevilla’s Garden shortly thereafter. It’s my small way of giving back to two young people who gave so much to the land I call home.