Horticultural legend Ralph Snodsmith took retirement early in Illinois. At nine years old, he mowed the expansive lawns of a 32Ã¢â‚¬â€œacre estate from Monday mornings to Saturday nights. He felt lucky to have a job and was content in a landscape of green, and he saved his money then at today's same interest rate. "I thought I had the world by the tail," he says...
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published on June 01, 2003