In Batesville, AR we went on an exploration hike, down to the dam and came across a 'wild' tomatoe plant that had several large green tomatoes. We picked the tomatoes and some how, i don't remember how, but we carried the tomatoes over to the bridge across the White River, climbed the steel trusses of the bridge to the top, and out over the traffic below. We then dropped the tomatoes onto the cars and trucks. It is hard to judge, but we finally landed one tomatoes onto the windshield of a car, which stopped and looked all around for the source of the tomato bomb. She never looked up! We were again, quite proud, and after hearing all the stories of stuff our dads had done when they were kids, we went back to Grannies house and told on ourselves. They kinda yelled at us, but we really didn't get into bad trouble. Grannie gave us more grief than our parents did.
Uncle Bob, Robert's dad, took me, Robert and one of Robert's friends to some caves that we crawled through, waded through, and nearly swam through. We weaved ourselves through boulders that had fallen from the roof of the caves, nearly got lost several times but had the most fun as we explored the unknown of darkness under the earth. Crystal quartz, stalagmites and tites, and just downright cool stuff, we spelunked for hours before we finally found our way out of teh maze of tunnels and caverns.
Uncle Bob made one man sail boats that we took out to the lake of the pines and I got blown across the lake by a freak thunderstorm.