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Take one kid, add dirt (water optional), and you have the very definition of "full of imaginative fun." Your 'umble narrator in the back yard garden, soon to learn a sharp lesson about leaving a rake with the tines up. Note the 1950 Studebaker Champion, AKA "The Green Apple." From my dad's slides: Kodachrome, Kodak Retina. View full size.
My grandfather (standing far left) and friends in France during WWI posing with some of the local French beauties. View full size.
The caption, if there was one, would be here. View full size.
Another of my Father's Kodachromes, this a portrait of his father, Steve Miller. (We've shared that name for at least 6 generations now... and he also had a sister named Stefanie. Go figure.) Probably about 1945. View full size.
Someplace near the crossroads of America