Hey, crap in his chimney
With this book, Mark Steck invites us along to relive his childhood’s greatest adventures. Growing up in North Mankato, Minnesota, he tells us about his fun-filled childhood and teenage years in the 1960s and ‘70s. And like for most boys, life’s mischievous moments make the best stories.
Laughter is guaranteed, as Hey, Crap In His Chimney! regales the reader with tales involving raccoons driving muscle cars, being kicked out of an all-you-can-eat buffet and other youthful hijinks. But the book isn’t just limited to youthful pranks. Hey, Crap In His Chimney! Memoirs of a high-spirited Baby Boomer also pays tribute to fallen friends and honors the time of our lives when we’re experiencing the world for the first time. The book also shares historical tales, such as what it was like to drive a gas-guzzling V-8 American land yacht as a cash poor teenager when the ‘70s oil embargo hit and the tale of robbing a house full of hippies of their most-prized possession.
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