Those of you that read this regular series know that I am from Hackett, Arkansas, just a mile or so from the Oklahoma border, and just about 10 miles south of the Arkansas River. It was a rural sort of place that did not particularly appreciate education, and just zoom onto my previous posts to understand a bit about it.
Now, I was not raised in the Neolithic period, although some here and in my real life sometimes get that impression. When I was little we had TeeVee, Channel 5 out Fort Smith, Arkansas (KFSA, now KSFM, that broadcast programs from all three networds (at the time, ABC, CBS, and NBC) depending on the popularity and the content. We also had Channel 8 out of Tulsa, Oklahoma (KTUL) that had at the time the highest TeeVee transmission tower in the nation. KTUL was exclusively ABC at the time, so KFSA did not run very many ABC programs.
But my life did not revolve around TeeVee. There were lots more things to do. Please come back with me over the years to explore what kids used to do for fun.