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Caption: Confused, as usual, in Ramponi¡¦s Algebra Class, 1958

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(The Rev. Dr.) Dave Glass has two home villages. His well-received previous book, Aptos was Idyllic, chronicles his childhood where his mother¡¦s family resided. He then spent his teen years in the Felton area, where his father¡¦s family has lived since the 1860s. This book provides a detailed and whimsical description of Felton half a century ago, with colorful, previously unpublished memories of up to 100 years ago and earlier.

Praise for Aptos was Idyllic on Amazon.com:

„X ¡§Great book with charming short stories about growing up mid-century. . . . A must for anyone who lives or has vacationed on the California coast.¡¨

¡§Boofy¡¨

„X ¡§¡K an amusing and engaging reflection on growing up in the wild-to-a-kid west of small town California¡K. You will laugh¡K and have some nostalgic moments that linger.¡¨

T. Williams, Seattle

Others say about the author:

„X ¡§Gad, what an alchemist!¡¨

Preston A. ¡§Q.¡¨ Boomer, Legendary Teacher

„X ¡§Read it? [author¡¦s doctoral dissertation] ¡§Maybe when I retire¡K. Not!¡¨

Christine Glass, Author¡¦s Wife

„X ¡§Dirty Dave [author¡¦s Camp Hammer nickname] is the best storyteller we know!¡¨

Former Campers from Seaside, California
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ISBN: 9781483674247
List price: $3.99
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