In 1954 two year old Jackie Nash her parents and baby sister Nikki moved from St. Louis, Mo. to Cloverleaf a small subdivision, just over the bridge from Madison Illinois. When Jackie and Nikki started school they met Freddie in the alley behind their house Nikki was so excited Freddie was in Nikki's class. Becky lived next door to us and was in my class. Connie lived across the road and Tammy lived next door to Becky this was the beginning of the Cloverleaf Kids. Our lives were centered on Lil Rascals, Huckleberry Finn, Cowboys and Indians. The Cloverleaf Kids were a legend in our own right. These tales and adventures would be with us for the rest of our lives. The Cloverleaf Kids could be seen on summer mornings riding bicycles down the road I could be seen pulling the wagon behind my bicycle Freddie and I were the leaders of the pack scouting out the soda bottles and the kids riding behind us yelling Jackie and Freddie where are we going? I can still remember the sound of the soda bottles rattling in the wagon and the wheels on the bicycles turning in the gravel. My grandkids and daughter loved these stories when they were growing up. If you grew up in the 50's and 60's you might just read this adventurous book to reminisce about days gone by.
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