“DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM AT A SINGING CONTEST”
It looks like they are singing.Is that snow in the background?
He is thinking about going on a diet – he sure needs it.
The kid is about to cry because the old man won’t let him eat the ice cream.
They are singing, “Hail, hail, the gang’s all here.”
They are singing for all of us here.
They are a pair of thieves.
They are just having a fun time with father-son relationships.
The fat one is the son.
He has money in the thing he is holding.
These two gets along.How does the kid know the song?
He looks a little young.
The big guy is named Oscar-Tim. But he is too fat. He is Tim Too Fat.
The boy’s name is Timothy-Ben. He is 6 or 7.
His father runs a gas station.
The big guy wants to take a nap, he is tired and he is trying to think of things.
They are trying out for a national show!
The guy who took the picture is listening to them sing.
He is thinking about his next shot and that he needs to clean off his beard, lose weight, and get a new neck tie.
The weather is cool.
It’s a water-patent mason.
The sky is green, a light blue.
It’s just a regular day and the sky is in the trees.
They went to a parade. They were the only ones there. He got the ice cream at the parade.
They are at the Old Mill Stream.
They will be friends after the parade.
They will sing, “Yodel-lay-hee-hoo” and “Down by the old mill stream.”