• by Bill Stokes
  • Narrated by Jon Reeder
  • 0 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Wisconsin had a big party in 1998. It was a roll-out-the-barrel, slice-the-cheese, strike-up-the-polka-band wing-ding that promised to roust every last badger out of state burrows and into the streets to dance with guests.


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Customer Reviews

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A quick, feel-good story.

I want Bill Stokes to write stories about my state! Seriously, my grandma had a panther in the woods story, and we complain about the GDMH (where the last two words are Mass Holes, and the first two words are a blasphemy). The narrator has an exciting and engaging voice, which would make me pay attention if he were reading the weather, much less this quirky, anecdotal description of Wisconsin . I've never been there, but I'd have liked to be there for the party of 1998. Sounds like every summer day, where I grew up.
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- erobbins33

Cool story

This may be a short book, but I got some laughs and learned a little about Wisconsin. I learned about its badgers and why the early settlers and lead minors referred to themselves as badgers. I've heard of GDID before but never knew what it was until now. A "friendly" way of referring to Illinois drivers lol. Another great short story by Bill Stokes. Great narration by Jon Reeder.
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- Todd (Toad) Vogel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2017
  • Publisher: Stokes Creative LLC