When Pop Pop Henderson visited us last month, we decided to tape him telling his story of Pearl Harbor Day. He was eight at the time and living in Honolulu. He tells what he saw from his yard, the change in the grownups as they covered the windows in blankets, and how – once the schools reopened – he was required to carry his gas mask with him each day. It’s kind of a neat story, and if it bores you, you can watch Bach-Boy fidgeting beside him and Green-Hand chewing his toe nails. The tape is 8 minutes long.