There was no television, no video games, no computers to distract Tad, Tyke, Chig, Bugsy and their friends. Their enjoyment came from their associations with others; their fun only limited by their imaginations.
They were born into the Great Depression, farm boys whose families lived in love-filled homes without plumbing, central heat or electricity.
They, however, grew up rich in family values, respect and personal
responsibilities. Hardships taught them the virtues of friendship, kindness and
The simplicity of their lives allowed them to observe
their environment, appreciate all things great and small, and to record
to memory what they saw and heard.
Join "The Country Bumpkin Gang" on
the farm, at home, at school, at sports events, at churches, at barber
shops and other special places.
Share with them the joys and disappointments