Charming rural customs

Mover and shaker in US power poles and long time friend to this society, Carter Wall, has written with this every day tale of country folk. 

Well, I have moved to the country since we last spoke, happily living on a dirt road with no mobile service, no cable television – we are very remote.  But we DO have phone and electric service, which means we have poles, of course.  We also have our Beloved Town Eccentrics, who have Charming Rural Customs.  One of my neighbors, who is well known in the area for his courageous resistance to government oppression, which includes refusing to make use of the town dump or pay for his utilities, has thriftily re-purposed the pole outside his house – see picture – and yes, the phone works.)

But could it just be that you’ve discovered the rural residence of New York’s most effectual, most tip-top, Top Cat?

A telephone attached to a telegraph pole in rural USA.