Colder Than a Fart in a Dead Eskimo
by David Allen
"Colder Than A Fart In A Dead Eskimo" is just one of the many sayings that are peppered thoughout this book. Tag along in the journey and adventurers ... Show synopsis "Colder Than A Fart In A Dead Eskimo" is just one of the many sayings that are peppered thoughout this book. Tag along in the journey and adventurers of John "Bud" Ellis as he grows up in the beautiful Wyoming landscape. From his earliest memory of 5 years old to present, enjoy his unbelieveable tales of defending his "Johnny Cookies" with his silver plated cap pistols; his brother thinking he has fallen into the outhouse toliet and drowned; his stealing the Sheriff's car; his dancing abilities; his hard-hitting fist fighting; his helping hand that is offered to everyone in need. John Ellis has enjoyed a life of humor, dispair, moral character building, wisdom, maturity and understanding. With his quotable sayings that slide off his lips with ease, you will be able to picture exactly what he is talking about and it will brighten your reading enjoyment. His adventures from being "all boy" to a manhood are stories that will bring a smile to your face and make you laugh out loud. Come enjoy the adventure.