Metal sculptor finds his way back home to Mills
Tim Cassidy greeted me in a gray Life is Good T-shirt emblazoned with the phrase "Not all who wander are lost." He led me to a picnic table in behind the white farmhouse where he, his wife Heather, and his two kids, Nolan and Edan, live. Like many others in the area, the farmstead includes a chicken coop full of chickens and a large garden - Heather is a horticulturist by training - but this farmstead is made distinctive by the large metal sculptures that line the backyard.
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