Continuing with our sequence of strips from Red and Rover, again the joke isn’t about bare feet, but they are just a natural part of a 10-year-old boy in the summer in the 1960s. This comic appeared on June 20 last year.
Last week the Today Show did a feature about how bad flip-flops are, Here’s how to wear flip-flops without ruining your feet. They always hate flip-flops, and end up saying stupid stuff.
This one was no different.
For the next few Saturdays I’ll show a sequence of comics. They’re from Red and Rover, a strip set in the 1960s. The joke isn’t always necessarily about bare feet, but it’s summer, and you’re a kid. So of course you’re barefoot.
This comic appeared on June 18 last year.
In subsequent strips we’ll see that Red is true to his word.
Yesterday, in Part 1, I looked at the National Park Regulations, as compiled in their Superintendent’s Compendiums, for Wind Cave National Park, along with Mammoth Cave and Carlsbad Caverns. They all require shoes inside their caves, but with no good reason.
Carlsbad Caverns also requires shoes in their buildings, so I decided to see if I could find other National Parks that require shoes.