Here is another facet of life experienced by an 8 year old named Pat Lorett and his Grand-Pa, which will set you back into another time called living. Walk with these two on that ole sand hill school quarter as those knocks, licks and experiences put you in the stickers' patches, working dawn till you can't, then doing the chores. Go hunting country style with a coal oil lantern and his ole coon dog, till you are scared speechless, walk the corn rows till your britches are worn thin. Worship with him as he took a pew nap; see the first goose of the season flying away and wonder did he shoot or not. qTo-1944q will show you the reason for living, the ole country way.Oklahoma Farm Life Pat Lorett. Our moving was long and drawn out, Dad had taken the backseat out of that ole a#39;36 Chevy, as it was known, put a trailer hitch on the back bumper, attached the trailer and away we go!
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