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Brad
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Adam, thanks for putting some effort into investigating my sighting!  It’s maddening to think that so little information is available — especially in the era we live in.

 

John, I too am still trippin’.  My wife and I discuss synchronicity a lot, and because she knows how small Oak Leaf is, she’s trippin’ right alongside us.

As for growing up in Red Oak, I loved it.  I think it had evolved a lot by the time I got into high school.  I didn’t attend to many field parties.  But my high school experience was different than most.  I was in a punk band based out of Arlington while attending ROHS.  As a result, I spent most nights and weekends practicing or gigging out of town.  Being able to monetize music at that age was awesome, but it deprived me of a typical high school experience.

But like you, I can remember cruising up and down Hampton Road through to Desoto.  The street I lived on was parallel with Hampton (Lark Lane).   Lark Lane was awesome, because it was a dead-end, cul-de-sac street with a creek running directly behind it.  My childhood was awesome:  lots of creek-running, exploring, etc.

Oh the good old days!