Benitin y Eneas by Pierre S. De Beaumont and Bud Fisher

Benitin y Eneas

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  1. Shirttail Slim

    Shirttail Slim said, about 3 years ago

    Good morning, Vagabonds.

  2. Shirttail Slim

    Shirttail Slim said, about 3 years ago

    Just out of curiosity, I pulled out my “Roget’s Thesaurus”.
    >>>>>>
    Vagabond, noun: hobo, tramp, vagrant, “wanderer”, idler, begger.
    collog. bum, knight of the road.
    >>>>>>
    See TRAVEL, POPULACE…….. Hmmm? I fit one of them.

  3. dkram

    dkram said, about 3 years ago

    Good morning Village People.
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    Last day at Conference putting myself together, so I can pull out at noon. Lucky me three hours and three quarters till I pull into the drive.
    .
    Hay, I have bluegrass in my CD player, if I told you that it was Lester & Earl, who am I talking about?
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    It’s breakfast time, gotta go and stuff my face.
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    ttfn

  4. davidf42

    davidf42 said, about 3 years ago

    @dkram

    Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys. Most famous for the Ballad of Jed Clampett. Earl passed away last March.

  5. davidf42

    davidf42 said, about 3 years ago

    Morning, Vagabonds!


    This has nothing to do with Flatt and Scruggs, but it’s just One of my favorite songs .

  6. JanCinLV

    JanCinLV said, about 3 years ago

    Good morning Vagabonds. Off to CA today. We have a few errands we’ve been putting off, so we’re going to take care of them and have dinner at our absolute favorite place, “Mama Cozza’s” Italian restaurant in Anaheim. (If you look up their website – mamacozzas.com – you will see their link to the episode of “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” in which they were featured.) Best pizza anywhere!

  7. Montana  Lady

    Montana Lady said, about 3 years ago

    @dkram

    What’s the first thing you know?

  8. Chris Smith

    Chris Smith said, about 3 years ago

    Good Afternoon Everyone!
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    Slim: I looked it up on dictionary.com: leading a nomadic lifestyle or a carefree lifesyle. I think I like these slightly more than Roget’s. :)
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    I always made it a point that when I was stationed some place new to spend my weekends driving the country side. I spent the first six months in Missouri taking off on Saturday mornings and sometimes not returning until Sunday. After the first couple of months I got a friend to start traveling with me. I would drive down I-44, see a sign that drew my interest, and head on down the road, I would turn down other roads at a whim just to see where they would lead. After a couple of months she asked me how I always found my way back to post as I never used a map and traveled where the wind blew me. After I stopped laughing I asked her how she could get lost, I-44 cuts Missouri east to west, so it you take off south of I-44 you just had to travel north till you hit I-44 again. After that she seemed to relax and enjoy the trips a lot more.
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    Gas prices being what they are I don’t do that as much these days, but it sure was fun. And yes we stopped at our share of diners, drive-ins and dives, almost always good food and a lot for your money.
    .

  9. dkram

    dkram said, about 3 years ago

    @Montana Lady

    If your asking my age, I’ve been around the sun 59 times.
    As for the first thing I knew, don’t really remember any more.

  10. Shirttail Slim

    Shirttail Slim said, about 3 years ago

    @Chris Smith

    I like that definition better, too. I’ve claimed to be a Nomad,(yes, I capitalize it) for years. Wasn’t a very profitable thing monetarily, but a vastly rewarding life in terms of experience. Very little I would change, given the chance.

  11. Shirttail Slim

    Shirttail Slim said, about 3 years ago

    @Chris Smith

    In all my travels, i never had a car. I have hopped frieght trains. Loved doing it, Haven’t done that since the late ‘60s. Had some unforgetable rides.
    >>>>>>
    I thumbed a lot of the time, and had some great rides doing it. I’ll have to tell about one or two of the really hard to believe rides. Gave that up in the ‘70s,
    too many crazies on the road.
    >>>>>>
    I’ve never gotten lost either, even when I was up in the mountains. I was asked once what I would do if I were to get lost.
    My answer was “go downhill”. Water goes downhill, and civilization is found next to water, ergo, you have to run into
    humans eventually. If you survive the experience. :-))

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