As a newly-married farmer in 1930s Iowa, Henry Dorkalator had much to learn. In this whimsical collection of tall tales, all names have been changed to protect the innocent, says the author — “along with the not so innocent.”
Dale Schwartz was a long-time farmer and bulldozer operator in southeastern Iowa. He and his sweetheart, Betty, had four sons and several grandchildren. He began writing for the sheer pleasure it gave him.