Join host Josh Johnson as he takes a trip into the past to relive some of the memories of growing up as the youngest of five boys and as part of an adventurous group of friends.
Music provided by Sounds Like an Earful
Easter is for Twenty Year Olds
Josh describes an old VHS tape of an Easter morning and talks about how traumatized he is after an Easter event goes terribly wrong at work.
One of the best choices Josh ever made was when he ran for a Senior Class office in high school. In this episode, he looks back at his horrible choice in a campaign skit and why he actually ran in the first place.
Josh looks back at his time duck hunting with his dad in the marshes and questions his family for having a storage room with a really terrible name.
It's What Fun Was
Lagoon was our go-to spot for family reunions when growing up. Fried chicken, fun houses, and frightful dark rides made for some fun times on warm summer days!
TK-OH Crap! They're Home!
Families fight. It's what they do. Sometimes, they turn physical, and sometimes, those physical fights are intentional. Josh talks about how he and his brothers battled it out over the years.
Surfing The Drifts
What do you get when you combine the Johnson brothers, ridiculous snowdrifts, and some sleds? A life-long issue with confined spaces, apparently. Josh talks about his adventures in winter and summer sledding!
Josh is keeping it real with stories I think we can all relate to in one way or another. This is a fun listen!
Really excited about the podcast
I’m close friends with Josh’s older brother and I’m super excited about this podcast. I’ve heard a lot of the Johnson family stories and they are great. I would strongly recommend this podcast to everyone.