This Retired Bus Driver Draws Hilarious Cartoons Based on His Experiences
Driving a bus in the ’60s provided lots of fodder for a few chuckles.
Drawn from Experience
Back in 1967, while working as a bus driver for Canadian Coachways, I did a regular run between Prince Rupert and Prince George, B.C., and was a contributing editor from my division to the company’s newsletter. In my efforts to provide an interesting read and a chuckle or two, I drew and submitted cartoons for several of the issues. I received a number of favourable comments on my artistic ability.
I have been retired for a number of years now, but I still have a flair for the arts as a sketch artist for my own enjoyment. Hopefully these cartoons bring a smile to the faces of Our Canada readers as well. Check out more below!
The (Canadian) Honeymooners
“I’ve gotta be at the depot in 10 minutes, dear, here’s your breakfast in bed!”
The Passenger’s Always Right
“And here’s a nickel. That makes twenty-two; and another penny makes twenty-three, and…”
Next, dive into the memoirs of a doctor in small town Newfoundland!