Zack Hill by John Deering and John Newcombe for July 03, 2021

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    LeslieBark  11 months ago

    He reminds me of Robert Paul Smith, who wrote “Where Did You Go? Out What Did You Do? Nothing.” which is about his boyhood where he did exactly that.

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    e.groves  11 months ago

    Hold on there, Grampa. I bet you made it home for lunch.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 11 months ago

    Hmm in that’s 17 odd hours up here.. a long time to go without a snack

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    Jeffin Premium Member 11 months ago

    They told us to get lost, so we did. Unfortunately for them, we kept getting found. And returned.

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    theincrediblebulk  11 months ago

    I would wander in for food and drink from time to time during the day. Of course out where I lived there were no street lights, so headed home when it started getting dark. Headed for the nearest neighbours if someone’s cattle stampeded so i could get high enough to be safe. Only happened 2 or 3 times before i was big enough to be helping round them up.

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    gooddavid  11 months ago

    We didn’t have streetlights. And sometimes I slept in past sunup. But yeah, it was out the door and play (or work when the folks caught me) outside until dark.

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