|Ray Rankin, David Dinehart, Roary Walsh.
All were wounded and gone by August 29, 1969.
|Gary Shaw, I think.
|A common enough sight. They'd just load up everything over
their shoulders and trot off to, or from, the market.
The pole across his shoulder was especially made for carrying
loads. They had a fair amount of spring in them. The idea was
to have both feet on the ground when it flexed down. When it
sprung up, and took weight of off you, you took a step. That's
why they walked with a funny cadence when they were using