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    Winter 2009 Out Here Magazine

    New Beginnings


    Mary Kay Wegener remembers the fun she had as a child in her family's large barn on their northern Iowa farm. So when she and her husband, Todd, bought their own farm, in Fenton, Iowa, which included a unique barn, Mary Kay knew that her own children would one day know the fun of such a place. She would make sure of that.

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    Featured Articles from the Winter 2009 Issue

    Feed Your Family With $5 Dinners


    Spend no more than $5 whipping up a dinner hearty enough for four adults. Sound impossible? Well, not for Erin Chase.

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    A Piece of Americana:
    Handmade Wooden Trains


    It used to be just the neighborhood kids who flocked to Mike Whitworth's garage for his homemade wooden trains. Now, kids all over the country reach out for his toys, and his Whittle Shortline Railroad toy company has become the little business that could.

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    Iris Folding:


    Iris folding, a paper craft technique in which you fold and arrange strips of colored paper to form a picture or design, is fast becoming popular in the United States. The "swirling paper" technique can be used for several kinds of projects: greeting cards, scrapbook pages, and framed art.

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    Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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