Yep, daddy was mad At one point back when we were still without a trailer and back traveling with Brooker Sales Company, dad had a sale in Red Oak, Iowa. We ended up renting part of an older lady’s house. It was really cold and deep snow outside and by now I could enroll myself […]
Wow, soooo cool I mentioned Douglasville, Georgia a blog or so back. My parents became really good friends with a man named Kirby, wife Ethel and their two kids, Ralphy and Sara. Sara taught me a lot of bad things. I think she was 2 or 3 years older than me. First she showed me […]
Black is scary and so is daddy Don’t remember how it happened, but we rented a house in Brunswick, Georgia. Dad had accepted a job there and we were there for a longer time than usual. It was different to have all that space. I’m guessing dad sold that trailer or it was repossessed. […]
Explosion in trailer Hey, Hey, here I am again. I’m really hoping you will continue to follow my blog and I can get better at it. You need to know that my dad was terribly strict and I know some of you will say, “yes, my dad was strict also”. When dad came home from […]
Slave coffins There was one sale in Waycross, Georgia but there was no place to park the trailer. Daddy finally found a lady that would let us park the trailer on her land pretty far out of town, and it only had water and electricity. No restrooms but lots of trees. It was about ¼ […]
Let’s Rodeo! Not yet, I’ll get into the rodeo part on down the road. The title could let your imagination run wild and everything running through your mind is probably correct. Ok, let’s get serious. Do you really think you have traveled? I’m not talking about just to other countries. I’m talking about, just for […]
Oklahoma, ever been there? Actually, I’ve lived in a lot of cities in Oklahoma other than just being born there in mid-40’s; I’ve lived in more than 25 states and have traveled Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Jamaica and other island countries. Plus several cities while on the rodeo circuit.