Tales, advice, ideas and knowledge from the Colonel . . .
maybe a few jokes too.
My Dad and me at Norris Lake, Tennessee, the summer of 1948. MEMORIES OF MY DAD Some of my fondest memories are of my Dad. Although he never went to college or garnered degrees of any kind, he was one of the smartest men I’ve ever known. Here are some things I remember. Some Things […]
“I never let schooling interfere with my education.” -Mark Twain “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” -Winston Churchill “High school is a lot like toilet paper, you only miss it when it’s gone.” -Unknown “You cannot get to the top by sitting on your bottom.” […]
The 4th Annual The Stars Go Blue Concert Country legend Trace Adkins performed “Kiss You All Over” with Exile In Lynnville, we believe you should help your neighbor when you can, so when our neighbors just tothe north called, we were proud to help sponsor the 4thAnnual The Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer concert […]
If you had owned this No. 1 Saddlebag Briefcase for 10 years and wouldn’t trade it for a new one, you would qualify. I’ve owned this one that long, and I wouldn’t trade it either. And, I suspect it’s going to last me another 10 years. P.S. I also suspect it’s going to last long […]
The McClellan Cavalry Saddle The McClellan Cavalry Saddle, designed by George B. McClellan in the mid- 1850’s, was used by the U. S. Army from 1859 until the 1940’s when the last horse cavalry and horse artillery was disbanded. It is still used ceremonially today, which proves that a well-designed product that fills a need […]
Colonel wishing God Speed to the new owner of the 1000th Saddlebag Briefcase. No. 1 Saddlebag Briefcase Reaches a Milestone To become a Col. Littleton product, an item must appeal to me through a certain quality, look, and function. Throughout the entire design process we spend endless hours making sure each product comes out […]