That’s Like A Sawmill

   “That’s like a sawmill”…

That’s a statement Nick made describing something he saw and it was like a sawmill. It occurred to me that the environment and culture in which a child is raised shapes their vocabulary. At such a early age, children in the mid-west, for example, are probably not going to relate to a sawmill, where a child of the Northwest probably will not relate to thinks like a grain silo.