THE FOLLOWING NARRATION IS WHOLLY, TRULY, AND REALLY BASED ON FACT.
Part Five Summary: Peas, carrots, and dental floss were major industries in Would You Believe It, CA, until 1955 when tourism surpassed them in revenue. While carrots and dental floss were highlighted in this post, little was mentioned of peas.
PEAS: Would You Believe It, CA still hosts the Annual International Pea Festival.
AWARD WINNING PHOTOGRAPHS:
Athol’s Man in Tub and Art Critic Was Asked to Judge:
Anna Lou’s Very-Picky’s Grandma, Space Alien Shoe Colorist, Gravity Time-Squash Theorist, was also Asked to Judge:
At the time of the 1954 Annual International Pea Festival, T. Rump, age five, placed 11th in Eating Peas with a Knife Competition. At that very moment of his success, his adoptive parents were contacting Planet Goodness to locate T. Rump’s blood-related parents.
Shortly after, a message from Planet Goodness was received.
Recorded for posterity, Sheep and Goat Educationalist recently found the translation:
T. Rump’s Childhood Counselor: