• 0

Back in the 18th century, a bootscraper was a necessity. You see, even in the most advanced and settled communities, muddy streets were a fact of life. Spring thaws and heavy rainfalls would turn even the best of gravel roads into a soupy quagmire. Add this to the fact that horses do what horses do no matter where they are and you’ve got a mess of mud. One thing, though, has not changed over the centuries. No matter how humble the dwelling, wives and mothers did not then, or now, want mud tracked into their clean home.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!