How a legend is made ...
I remember as a mischievous lil’ urchin, being drawn to and fascinated with the various characters — and their almost mythological feats — found in the expansive canon of American folklore. Some loosely based on selected facts, though wildly exaggerated for storytelling ... .others magically conjured from the depths of the imagination.
There was Paul Bunyan, superhuman lumberjack, traversing the north woods with his blue ox, performing random acts of lumberjackery (I just made that word up).
Johnny Appleseed, coming across as a “Little House on The Prairie” version of a wandering, peace and love filled “Dead Head,” though the seeds he so freely shared were much different (and far less hallucinogenic) than those revered later on by those Grateful Dead fanatics.
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