The author of this autobiography relates his early life as a poor Oklahoma farm boy.
He tells of his pre-school years living on farm after farm.
He also relates how, in his early school years; he was ridiculed, by many of the school kids.
He reiterates his exploits as a woodsman in his early years.
He tell about his siblings leaving home one by one. He is the youngest.
He later relates his travels and many experiences of life.
He tells about the 32 years he spent working in the oilfields for a natural gas company.
He relates how he was converted and his un-dying love for Christ.
He speaks of retirement and his wife telling him he didn't retire; he just changed bosses.
He tells about relocating to San Angelo for his retirement years. About purchasing a two story house (his wife's life long fancy).
He finally relates about going back to his roots; when, he purchased a 48 acre farm outside Ballinger. It was later named "South 48 Ranch"
The author dedicates the book to: his wife of 54 years his four children and families, his sister, his many nieces and nephews, a host of cousins, two aunts and a multitude of friends.