Humboldt Depression 

The 1930s were worse. Things are pretty bad now. But there's always chickens, berries and the family jewels.

[slideshow-1] Clomp clomp clomp clomp. I look around guiltily. It's one of those warm, half-sunny weekend days about to turn gray and wet, and lots of people are outside in my Eureka neighborhood, walking dogs and playing tennis or just sitting on…

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