He may have eventually Terry, as he wasn't an angel in his early days either, but I'm sure he got a woopin' as my family calls it! My Grandmother on the other hand didn't have a very good sense of humor and was known to speak her piece, so I'm sure he got more heck from her than my Grandpa! Grandpa would have calmed down a bit after 'cleaning' up, tho I hear Uncle Bob had to also 'clean out' some of the stinky stuff before he uprighted it, but I'm sure Grandma would have probably made Uncle Bob wash the clothes on a washer board.
It is a story that carried on to his next generation that his eldest hadn't heard, but will never forget! David spent the summer with us at the family camp, and like all 14 year olds, he made the mistake that he was bored. My father gave him a shovel and told him to dig a hole over by the outhouse, and since David had a great deal of respect for Dad, he started, but every once in a while he asked if it was deep enough. Dad told him it wasn't done until David could stand in it and just see the grass at the top. (David was a tall 14 year old). When he was done, Dad told him to move the outhouse, then fill in the old hole with the dirt he dug out! Uncle Bob kept his mouth shut and went down by the river and you could hear him laughing! When David was done, he said I promise Uncle Ken, I will never say I'm bored again, and Uncle Bob walked over and asked him if he learned his lesson? First, Dad said I don't think you learned any lesson other than not to get caught back then, and I thought Dad and my Uncle were going to pass out laughing, then Dad told David the story. David asked if the outhouse really needed moved, which Dad replied no, but did you learn anything from it? His reply was "I'm so glad we have indoor plumbing at home, and sheesh Dad, you holler at me but at least I never did anything that stupid!"