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Grandpa Hill as a small boy in the 1960’s, near Northport Michigan, would cross Route 22, and, head up into the Pines to explore, and play. He had a very active imagination in those woods and everywhere else too for that matter. This episode is about one special tree the “Indian Tree” at the Northeast boundary of the “Pines” that he was in. The Pines were deep dark and cool a perfect place to imagine just about anything.
Gorf and Marshmallow learn and explain about imagination. Gorf (a bullfrog voiced by Grandpa Hill) likes to imagine adventures. Marshmallow (a Raccoon voiced by Grandpa’s Grandson) imagines mostly food. Please join them time and time again by listening to Grandpa Hill’s True Stories. Share our stories and their hope for more thinking laughing and living.
As you share Grandpa Hill’s Stories, consider sharing your own stories more. Share your imaginations. Just imagine the good that may happen!
Produced by David Richman
Executively Produced by Grandpa Hill
Music: Michael Steele,
Art: David Richman,
Audience of Grandchildren: Caleb, Corbin, and Walter