Noah's parents were farmers. They owned a rocky-hilly farm of about 75 acres adjacent to Saw Creek in Barnesville. Their farm's working tools were mules, plows, wagons, hoes, etc. This was before tractors, and even if tractors were available, they could not have been used on the hills where they farmed.
Noah has come a long way since the days when he lived on the rocky farmland. Today he cruises the Florida Gulf Coast, steering his shiny 21st Century Lincoln TownCar during the week and his Mercedes-Benz on weekends instead of a plow, but he continues to be as young-at-heart as he was 88 years ago.
We wish Noah the best birthday ever! Feel free to send him a note if you wish: Noah@NoahBelew.com