Saturday, September 19, 2009


Puncheon: Puncheon is associated with the etymology of punch, as in hole punch and leather punch, and puncture. However, its meanings are all over the map, from an 84-gallon barrel to a plank road. A puncheon is also a rough hewn log with at least one flat side (pictured).
Rachel stared at the puncheon floor and listened, the way she'd done for two months now.
A Book for Today: Serena by Ron Rash

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