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Monday, July 3, 2017

"Good Luck Young Man, and Watch your Step!" by Jeremp - 7.3.17

Entry Submitted by Jeremp at 12:01 PM EDT on July 3, 2017

As the railroad pushed westward crews would lay rails as they camped along the tracks, which is how things were done back then. They had the covered wagons bring supplies every so often; and as you can imagine they had very few luxuries. The Cookie over such crews often didn’t have any experience cooking and did the best they could with the limit training and resources that were available. The policy was that whomever complained about the food would be the NEW Cookie until such time as someone else made the mistake and complained (under/over cooked, not enough/too much salt etc) and the role was passed to the complainer.

One day a new-comer to the team sat down to his first meal with the seasoned crew, as he anxiously took his first bite his expectations were dashed as he took a deep breath to exclaim his disgust about the unsavory substance he had placed on his delicate palate. As the other men gasped at the young man’s boisterous dissatisfaction. The cook’s face, however, changed from that of exhaustion to a small satisfactory smirk which grew wider and wider into a large face-covering smile. As he laughingly removed the apron and passed it to the new guy who now had a perplexed look on his face. “Good luck young man” was the only thing the young-man had ever heard the camp Cookie say to him, up to that time.

Now the young man, understanding the burden placed upon him, was not pleased with his new responsibility. Not only did he have to work in the sun all day with his team, but while they rested he was responsible for preparing the food for them all. The young man, hoping to alieve himself of his new burden, devised a plan to cause a vocal, critical response from his next meal. As he walked along the track he found a fresh pile of horse manure; just about the same diameter as a pie pan.

That night the crew was surprised to see a warm pot-pie waiting for them with a golden flaky crust as the first man, who used to be the cook, took a healthy bite his eyes became as big as saucers as he exclaimed “This pie tastes like sh!?” As the men gasped he followed up with, “but it’s GOOD sh!?” and he continued eating.

This small story reminds me of the many posts we read from the many contributors, the burden of contributing, sharing thoughts and opinions, “intel”, observations etc… can be burdensome but we need to read something – anything to help build this RV picture as insurmountable as the railway system of the old west.

We can say “This post reads like sh!?.... But it’s GOOD sh!t”. I sure don’t want the one to be burdened with the pressures of creating content. So I will enjoy the efforts of those who do, even if it does read like sh!?.




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