Why would Eldridge Medford tolerate a Lazy Girl on the premises? Show Notes
In the Season 2 opener, Ray tells how life in the little Depression-era town of Hanging Dog (just a stone’s throw from Frog Level) made an indelible impression on him. Show Notes
(Ray refers here to a number of stories from Depression Baby. The links in the transcript below will take you to the related episode of the podcast, etc.)
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Big thanks to everybody who came out, including Lucy, Derrick, Jeannie, Johnny Wayne and Nancie Bradford, Dick and Nancy Juge, Mary Todd and Jason, Christina, Charlene, Billy, Melba Rose, Danny Paul, Leah, Brenda, Theresa, Hunter, Norma, Marie, Mary Ann, Adelaide, Jerry and Tommy.
Thanks so much to Carolyn at Book Mart for the hospitality, and to everyone at The Claiborne for their help. Thanks to Mary Todd (and Jason), our Sidewalk Outreach Crew.
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Well, now that we’re on Episode 31, it seems like a good time to post the Introduction to Depression Baby! (And, well, it seems I may have caused the Great Depression…)
Don’t miss Ray’s book signing this Saturday, October 6th from 1 to 3 pm!
Book Mart & Cafe
120 East Main Street
Starkville, MS Show Notes
Our family will always have the knowledge that Frank Rogers brought his little family there to teach the children of Catalooch…
A key piece of mountain technology causes Ray some grief…