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Oops. I goofed. I wrote a thingy on October 3rd at home in Tillamook, put it on the October page, but it didn't get uploaded on the index. Just oops. :)
Anyhow... I was reading a letter that my brother shared with me, that was written to his son. I just love these things and I want to share it with you! His story reflects so much how I grew up and it brings back such great memories!
My girlfriend Tammy came over last night, and we were talking about how youth grows up, now, and whether they have the same childlike innocence and good feelings that we all grew up with. Sadly, I don't think so. I also wonder if I would choose to even have children, in this world, today! Isn't that awful? Is that why our kids are waiting longer to have kids? Or opting not to, at all? I don't like that!
It also goes to show you that alas... I'm getting old! I think all generations feel this way, but it is getting scarier and scarier! Isn't it? Or is it just my age showing?!
Here is my childhood... written by my brother, David Logsdon. I love it! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
If I could, I would name the below story, quot;How to be a Father quot;.
My Dad, Bob Logsdon
From my brother:
quot;I am not a great writer, yet I wanted to send below a few words of things that meant the most to me about my Dad. I hope my words illustrate one of the most important traits of my father. He never complained no matter how hard it was. He never, ever let his kids know times were tough, and I now realize just how tough they must have been. He taught us never to quit, never to give up. Self reliance was his strength, and perhaps why it took Dad so long to find the wonderful relationship and peace he enjoyed with Jesus in his latter time. Although Dad attended church his entire life on a very regular basis, it took many years for him to find Jesus as he knew him in the end, as he was a very strong self reliant man. I recall in his latter days he told me so many times how his tough experience had drawn him so close to Jesus and in a way he never had dreamed of in the past. I was lucky enough that Dad asked me to pray for his acceptance into Gods Kingdom while at his bed side on one of his hospital visits. I hope my simple message below points how Dad worked so hard to give his family the best, and never ever complained. He always intended to do his best and was very unselfish, putting his family ahead of his own interest.
I recall growing up, that we had a great family life. Mom and Dad did an amazing job of raising a family of 7 on a school teachers salary while making us feel rich. Looking back, Dad never sacrificed strong family values and time with family in trade for self interest. Dad always put his family first and foremost. I recall once I complained after having children that I found little time for golf. He reminded me that he hung his golf clubs up for over 20 years to make the sacrifices he felt most important which was time with his family. I am sure times were very tough on both my parents raising 5 kids on a school teachers salary yet we never ever heard about a concern or worry and had everything we needed. Some of the things that stand out is that Dad insisted all 7 of us sat down to dinner each night at 6 PM and had dinner together. This was one of Dads most strict rules. Family was always first even when it came to sports and practice schedules in spite of Dads position as Athletic Director at Canby High school. If there was a family vacation scheduled, he would never hesitate to advise the coach that family is first and his kids would be missing. This would be unheard of today and I recall his disdain when one of my kids would miss a family vacation for summer athletics. He would often groan when he would see games being played on Sunday Morning expressing that this was time to be in church and our priorities had gone south.
One thing that stands out most about my memories as a child was how Dad worked so hard to give us the best upbringing possible. In the summer, he always took extra jobs to raise money in the off months to supplement the family income. These jobs ranged from driving a berry truck, working at a mill in Aurora, and working construction at the new bridge being put up in Canby. He earned the bridge construction job by walking up and asking the construction workers for work, telling them he was a school teacher and he needed money for his family. He used to tell me that they gave him the job thinking they could run him off as he was just a soft school teacher and they would test him by giving him all the tough dirty jobs. He survived as he needed the money and surprised them all and actually made friends with many of his coworkers. Later he became the first person to apply Plexi Pave (the tennis court coloring surface) in the Northwest. This turned out to be his summer job for many years that he later involved both his boys with which helped put both of them through college and a career for Gary. Both boys enjoyed traveling the Northwest during the summers building tennis courts with their father.
Dad loved the outdoors and fishing. He did everything he could to provide and excellent experience to his children with his favorite hobby on very few resources. I recall him wanting to get us a boat. Short on funds, he traded the local Canby Bus Driver his shot gun for an old rotten wooden boat with a bad trailer. I remember so well going over to pick it up. It was a total wreck that had been weathered from being stored outside for years. He worked nights after school out in the garage learning how to fiberglass up all the holes. He painted it up to look as nice as he could. I have to admit that first boat was a disaster as I recall the trailer coming off the old 53 Chevy pickup two times on the maiden voyage trip to Diamond Lake, Oregon. Plus, I remember sitting at the dock many times while poor Dad could not get the old 10 horse Scott at Water motor started and he never had enough money to pay for a mechanic to fix it so we sat by somewhat impatiently while he tried his best to fix it. He later traded that boat in for another wooden boat that had been wrecked and totaled on the Willamette River. He spent hours, day after day out in the garage repairing this boat, stripping down the wood and he made the most beautiful mahogany trimmed ski boat with an old silver 45 horse mercury motor on it. He made that boat beautiful after it had been totally wrecked. He taught all of us kids how to ski on this boat and we had so many great memories skiing after his summer work on the Willamette River. We did not have one of the best boats out there, yet we had the best of times. Well, later that boat was not quite fast enough so Dad an I stopped off at the Oregon City Marina and found another boat that had been totaled out with a bigger motor yet! This was our first Fiberglass boat and now we were really up town with 100 horse motor and the works!
Again, it took months of hard work after his day job and he fixed it up to what we thought was the finest boat on the river. What great memories of the fishing trips, camping trips, and the ski trips on the river. Never once did Dad complain with all the problems and work he had to do to provide us these great times. To think he did all this by trading away an old shot gun and building it up from scratch to the nice yet modest boat we had in the end. You never wanted to say quot;I cant do it Dad quot;, as I recall him saying "I cant died years ago", or quot;the lazy man always works the hardest in the end. quot; quot;Quitting quot; was never in Dads vocabulary. I can not imagine what it was like playing on one of his high school teams, as I am sure he pushed his kids hard, which in the end they appreciated.
Dad taught us all to work hard. I remember working weekends cleaning the garage, or mowing the lawn while we watched our friends ride up and down the street having fun. I recall many weekends working in the yard as Mom and Dad had one of the nicest yards in Canby. People would often come from far away visit to look at the landscape. He instilled a strong work ethic in all of his kids.
Dad also did his best to see that all his children were introduced to the word of God by having us all attend church on a regular basis. I recall many Sundays sitting in Canby Christian church pews not wanting to be there and begging to get out of the church service after already attending Sunday School. He served as Deacon and Elder at the Canby Christian Church for many years. One Sunday he served communion to the choir and after serving it to them took the wrong door exiting the church to the outside. He came back through another door with a big grin on from embarrassment. [In his retirement'] He also attended church in Palm Springs and would buy the tapes of the sermons and send them home for us kids to listen to. I also recall him starting a weekly breakfast meeting for high school athletes at the church, sponsored by Christian Athletes, where he organized weekly breakfast before school with guest speakers attending.
In his later years, he enjoyed playing golf and spending time with his friends at Arrowhead Country club and Cimeron Golf course working as a marshal. I asked him if he liked the work or if he just did it to get free golf rights. He said "I love the work". " I love being around people and helping them have a good time on the golf course". He has many funny stories with his friends playing golf. He also loved working in his yard to the very end and was always updating and moving in new plants. Never would Dad turn down a chance to go see one of his Grandchildren's games or sporting events. All 11 of them. I am happy all my Children got to know Grandpa his later years. No matter how sick, he would attend the games many times in a wheel chair at the end. He was very encouraging and supporting to all of them and never critical.
He insisted he go to Church every Sunday even when it came to having to take oxygen and a wheel chair in. Not only would he insist he go, he invited a friend to get them out to church also. I would ask him quot;Is it just you Dad that wants to go this time? quot; He would reply that no, I enjoy getting others out to church and breakfast also.
Always thinking of others.
Written by David Logsdon.
Next time, I'll tell you some fishing stories that my brother wrote to his son. They are pretty funny! Anyhow... I loved that! It really took me back. I love my Dad SO much!
Have a great sunny day, you guys! The storms are coming soon!
Guys, it's SO important that we write these things for our children, as a legacy to our families! Get out that paper and start writing! It's so valuable!
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reminder from Jennie!
Do not burn yourself out! Be as I am - a reluctant
enthusiast...a half-hearted fanatic. Save the other half of yourselves
and your lives for pleasure and adventure. It is not enough to fight
for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it. While you can.
While it's still there. So get out there, and hunt and fish, and
mess around with your friends, ramble out yonder and explore the
forests, encounter the Grizz, climb the mountains, bag the peaks,
run the rivers, breathe deep of that yet sweet air, sit quietly
for a while and contemplate the precious stillness, that lovely
mysterious and awesome space.
Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain active and alive, and I promise
you this much; I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies,
over those desk-bound people with their hearts in a safe deposit
box and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you
this: you will outlive the (bad word edited for this family site!!). quot;
--Edward Abbey
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