Dad walks

Cub Lake Sawyer County

Chippquamigan National Forest was 300 acres

Grampa Paul John Andrew Heike

Bought Cub Lake near Bear Lake

Nineteen thirties back taxes

Five thousand dollars

Eddie Fisher old wrestler sold for back taxes

Dad,Leon Norbert Heike youngest son

First Sargent Medical WWI France

Love to fish

Use to bow hunt the rifle hunt

Last ten years of his life

Sit and drink and pretend

Imagine dad wanted to go to the dock and fish

I know he did

Never did after his brother whom dad loved with his whole heart

Where’s family like that?

Norm died onstead of treat his colin cancer

Norms wife died two years before same villian

Cancer’s a filthy foe!

Dad sat in Norms workshop in basement cabin

Drank and cried

Dad died alone North Gate Waukon Iowa

We were not called

Dad was cremated

I wanted the man

Never father or friend laid to rest where he loved best

Ellen as if it were her desire then too

So dads ash are in Muskee and Turtle bay

Now he sits with Norm and Wava

Watch the lake

Walks around it

I have not seen the lake since

May 2014

Blue Hills of northern Wisconsin

Pulls my heart

Wish I had a woman to share life there

Cub Lake Heike Family Stories

Heike family hope and dreams

Sealed with the earth and the water

There dads knees are not a problem

Dad walks free

No more painful joints

Loved hillbillie red black or felt hats

Cowboy shirt his bamboo rod near by

Only saw dad cry once

April 1978 I was off to boot camp.

You never said it dad

But I miss you Dad!

Published by Val's Whitewolf Media

I'm Val's Whitewolf Media YouTube Channle and I write here on WordPress. I read books and instill others how importand writing stories readers down. in readers their stories matter.I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words.

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