Wooden spoke wagon
Wooden spoke wagon can use for parts or great project to rebuild.
Grandpa Sparky: I remember coming over the Rocky Mountains in that wagon. Weren’t nothing but a tad, and my Pa and Ma almost didn’t make it. We had to eat the oxen when it snowed and they had to pull the wagon uphill both ways.
Little Sparky: Grandpa, why is the wagon in so many pieces? It’s like a puzzle or something.
GS: As we were rolling down the west side of the mountains, we were chased by wolves with dysentery. A terrible thing to see. And at the foothills waited a tribe of Lawyers, wanting to sue us for being cruel to an endangered species. Pa took a turn too sharply, and every single nail and fastener in the thing gave way. We settled with the lawyers by letting the wolves eat your Aunt Mable. Then Pa built this house right here and we kinda forgot about the wagon.
LS: What are we gonna do with it now?
GS: We gotta put in on Craig’s List and find one o’ them antique collectors who wants the pile for free. Then we’ll set up the new still right here.
LS: I can’t wait to drink that moonshine I have heard so much about.
GS: Sonny, we don’t never speak of that around here. The lawyers are still listening.
Thanks, Ralph, amazing ad that’s a little part of history. The unwritten part that isn’t often spoke of.