Chapter 25 For more than twenty years Johnny Appleseed had been making his name one to laugh at and love in the log cabins between the Ohio River and the northern lakes. In 1806, he loaded two canoes with apple seeds at cider mills in western Pennsylvania and floated down the Ohio River to the Muskingum, along which he curved to White Woman Creek, the Mohican, the Black Fork, making a long stay on the borders of Licking Creek and in Licking County, where many farmers were already thanking him for their orchards.
Johnny Cash was a beloved friend to many of us. I hope that he was a true Christian. This short 5 minute interview reveals much about his personality, his view of calling, his faith, his refusal to take pain medication despite his numerous jaw surgeries and chronic pain.
“I’ve got a home in gloryland that outshines the sun. — Johnny Cash, 1996