A look back at the simple, back-to-nature life led by artist and writer Harlan Hubbard and his wife, Anna, at their Payne Hollow cabin in Trimble County on the Ohio River. Robert Rosenthal, chair and professor of philosophy at Hanover College, and Paul Hassfurder, a mixed-media artist who worked with the Hubbards and inherited Payne Hollow, talk about how the Hubbards lived close to the land. Includes video of the Hubbards working in their home and outdoors.
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