SR – I tell you what, I used to go out on the ranch there with Mr. O'Brien. We'd go out there and I tell you what, they have a lot of fun, just like these fellas talkin'. I seen all that happen. They were just a bunch of happy men. And they were rough men. And they do things and you know he was hurt, but he wouldn't be hurt. And there was big laughin'. You remember Old Man Will Elliot.
L.V. Terrell – Oh yeah.
SR – He worked down there for the O'Connor's. Of course you know Will could really tell them yarns, you know. Old Man Will said he had this horse down there at the ranch and nobody could ride him. And said Mr. O'Connor told him, said, he told him "Will, you reckon you can ride 'em?" "Yeah, I can ride 'em." "So show these boys what you can do." He saddled that horse up and til he got set and he told the boys to turn him loose. So, they turned him loose, and he rode him from Mocha Mill to the Bear Tree Bend. So, I said it was about ten miles from the Mocha Mill to the Bear Tree Bend. And the horses name was Possum. And he said every time old Possum would hit the ground, he said, "Possum, what have I done to you that you want to treat me so mean?"
L.V. Terrell – That sounds like Will.
SR – And so every time he come up, said he was right there in front of him. In front of his nose to the tip end of his tail.