This memoir is a story of life in a small town before computers, cell phones, GPS, and water bottles in plastic. It is a tribute to a different way of life, a slower time, and some incredibly strong people who survived the Great Depression and World War II by sheer determination and hard work.
About the Author
Carmen Beecher had a career working for the Air Force and a life far from Dundee, Florida, where she grew up. She penned this memoir to ensure that her family history will not be lost. She relates the story of the Suarez and Stone families with humor and quirky illustrations. Sometimes tragic, sometimes funny, it is a true story of the way things used to be in a small Cracker town in Central Florida in the fifties.
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