A filthy alleyway, a run down cold water flat, a determination for a better life and the adventures of a dreamer are what this story is all about. Neighbors and eccentric friends combine to make this a very interesting and humorous read. Even though the author was employed, it took him several years before he was in a position to move his family out of that cold damp apartment and into what was then, in their eyes, a little bit of heaven. In the mean time there was fun, hope, excitement and more fun, as well as a little bit of despair thrown in. It shows that hard times are not necessarily bad times but they are what you make of them. It is a true story.Actually any place that used vinyl or leather seating or anyone using vinyl or leather clothing was a potential gold mine. What was this fabulous opportunity? Nothing less than the exciting world of vinyl repair. I promptly ordered this withanbsp;...
|Title||:||334 Duckworth St.|
|Author||:||David J. Barry|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2014-03-26|