Topic: Re: in your sixties?
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I was born in 1951, remember all of these things. BUT, no one mentioned the honey bucket (chamber pot to you young'uns).
As a little kid, being afraid to use the outhouse because the bees were flying around the seat.
Slop bucket outside the back door that was dumped to the pigs.
Dad had a 56 Chevy with a 283 automatic. Whenever he saw a fox on the gravel(dirt) road, he would mash the accellerator and run it down and cut the ears off for the bounty.
Walking soybeans cutting out the weeds.
Our church had a coal furnace with a large square grate in the floor in front of the pulpit. All us kids would stand on it to get warmed up before Sunday School started and drop our pennies thru the grate to hear them rattle around the ductwork.
I'll think of more later, Chris
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