- Creation Date
- December, 1990
Continued talk with Montana and young girl, Amanda (her granddaughter) while offering opinions on home schooling, snowbirds (“I think the alleged wealthy people aren’t that wealthy), swap meet and drownings of people who swim in the canal. Montana also goes into Gold Man’s eccentricities and how Roger lost his license and can no longer deliver water.
Audio and video quality are usually good, but wind noise on mic is present, too.
- Physical Description
videotape; 20 minutes, 17 seconds
- Alternative lifestyles
- Camping trailers
- Children (people by age group)
- Concrete slabs
- Drowning victims
- Flea markets
- Foundations (structural elements)
- Military camps
- Periodic markets
- Salvation Mountain
- Self-reliant living
- Wind (weather-related phenomena)
- Personal Name
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- Rights Holders
- Greg Durbin
- Sherman George
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