Monthly Archives: May 2012

Monkey Blood

My brothers and I didn’t seem to get hurt much as kids. We had an occasional broken bone or large rock dropped on our heads, but I honestly don’t remember many cuts and scrapes. Because of that I really don’t … Continue reading

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Freezer, Flood, Fun!

My Grandparent’s house was located in just about the most ideal place for a house to be… as far as a kid is concerned.  It was on a street that dead ended into a railroad track.  Across the street were … Continue reading

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Car Washes and Stones

The Little Missouri River wound through the Ouachita Mountains where my granddaddy took my brothers and me camping when we were kids.  It wasn’t a big river by any stretch of the imagination.  The widest spot I remember was near … Continue reading

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Chewed Cigars

My Granddaddy chewed cigars for as long as I can remember.  King Edward cigars.  They came 50 per box, individually wrapped in plastic.  Every morning as Granddaddy pulled on his bib overalls he’d fill his various pockets: Zippo lighter, handkerchief, matching … Continue reading

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