Some time in early 2010, an e-mail arrived from Vester Corley. Who? It turns out that Vester grew up at Circle T, living with John F. Trickett in the house that used to stand on the original homesteaded acreage. Vester loved Circle T and was excited when he found out it was still owned by the Trickett family. One thing led to another, and it seemed appropriate to have a true celebration of Circle T and those whose lives it's touched over the years.
John F. Trickett's mailbox
"Mama" Pearl and "Papa" John's wedding portrait
This letter is from Daly Trickett to his son Albert.
Then and Now
Time may pass, but Circle T's still there.
Looks like a Sunday
Same place, different times
A big group at the old house.
Still there after all those years?
What's cookin', Vester?
A nice shady spot for a meal.
Switch to decaf, Marvilla!
Hopefully the line isn't due to Vester's cooking!
It's the Circle T chapter of Hell's Angels?
Give 'em room!
Time for a break.
Is that a happy or a terrified smile?
What a spot for a picture!
Gettin' ready for the big day.
Cover that barn floor, Marvilla.
All smiles at a job well done.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Time to celebrate Circle T!
Fall was late, but the crowd gathered early!
The "Memories Table" was a big hit.
Boys will be boys.
Here's a happy trio.
Two "Shreveporters" reflect on Circle T.
Sally Spann brought her horses.
John Spann leads the way.
Bambi Trickett and Joy Corley let Vester have his say.
Swapping stories in the afternoon.
Looks like people came hungry.
A well deserved rest.
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