Roller skating on concrete side walks.
Target practicing with Rifles, BB’s to 30/30.
Shooting a slingshot and trying to use a ‘sling’.
Climbing trees and swimming in a creek.
Playing in a sawdust pile at a saw mill.
Horse-back riding and riding a dirt-bike.
Flying kites, making play boats in a stream, swimming and diving.
(Cloud pics from the net)
Making things, people, animals out of clouds, as they were slowly moved by the upper air streams.
Creating a tent out of any flat fabric, sheets, blankets or tarps.
Playing ‘cars’ with wooden blocks and good ‘car shaped rocks’.
I even liked hop-scotch, never could do jump rope well.
I liked to gather eggs and fill the mysterious half gallon watering jars for the chickens. (Why didn’t all that water run out?)
Many years ago I liked to chew rabbit tobacco, and smoke it in a corn cob pipe.
Coming home from the sea and standing on the flight deck, straining to find my girl in the crowd on the pier.
The ‘rewards’ after returning home from the sea. (YEAH!)
Seeing the flying fish sailing over the sea, following the curvatures of the waves.
The anticipation of a date and the memories afterward.
KK Doughnuts and also country ham (Of course still love them, but don’t eat them)
I was a little odd, I loved to march. I loved the monkey-drill, where you marched intricate patterns.
I must have liked re-capped tires, that was all we bought!
I never paid to see a stock car race in my life, but I loved to hear about them and see them in folks yards, I wanted one.
Curb Hops, drive in restaurants and movies.
I loved math class (wish I had been as crazy about English).
I loved about every job I have held.
If you can love an occupation, I loved building!
I have loved life, sometimes I like to think I could have done more, but all in all I think I reached as far as my education and abilities would allow. I seldom look back and wish to change history.
I hope this causes you to think. There are things we all have done, but seldom do anymore. Thanks for coming by the log.
(Things I like) I think the only thing that raised some eye brows was a slice of cheese on my banana sandwich.
(BUT now I must try tomato on my grilled cheese.)
I want to think this is a Ford hot rod but those look like Chevy wheels.
Funny the Pure Oil sign had a circular sign with jagged edges, sorta matching the teeth on the hot rod.