He looks like he's riding a magic carpet. There's a horse. There's a man jumping, maybe he should be on the horse.
He's a cowboy.
Jeanne says, "He might be dancing and singing, maybe to 'Oklahoma!'"
Maybe his name is Hop-A-long.
It's taking place in the open, on the praire. They might be in Kansas or Nebraska, out west but it's hard to tell. Connie lived in Nebraska or 14 years.
Norma says it takes place in the Spring. Connie says Spring or Summer. It might be the evening.
Lillian says there's mud on the bottom of his boot.
Connie says she would hear, "Weeeeeeeeeeee!" and Jeanne says there might be a coyote out there, "Ohooooooooo!"
It might smell like persperation out there and Martha doesn't think it would smell very good. Connie says the wind is blowing the smells away. That's what happens in Nebraska.
The horse might've threw him off!
In the background we see rolling land and the plains. The sky is blue and Martha was told that it was about 5:00.
The man owns the horse. With the money they make, I think so.
Connie doesn't think he has a family, he looks to free.
The man was riding the horse, then the horse threw him off!
Jeanne doesn't think he was riding the horse, his body has a funny shape to it. She thinks he and the other cowboys were rounding up the cattle.
Connie says he was playing the ukellele, "Hop, hop, hop, Hop-A-long was hopping!"
He's playing a cowboy song:
Home, Home on the Range
I'm an Old Cowhand
On the Rio Grande
Jeanne spend a lot of time watching Westerns.
He might be in front of a fence, the horse will jump over the fence, Hop-A-long Hopping.
The horse is thinking, "I'm glad he's gone!" They're not doing anything together. He's dancing with joy!