The Drownt Boy

The Drownt Boy And miles to go before I sleep THE ROCK - ' N - ROLL COUPLES NEXT DOOR have a large tarpaulin covering their picnic table . Four poles hold the corners high enough that they've driven a pickup underneath .

Author: Art Homer

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 0826209815

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 155

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The author recalls his childhood, and marvels at his boyhood memories and family life, when he returns to the Missouri Ozarks with his stepson for a canoe trip

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