SR-141: Tracks 1 - 2 discuss the Robinson family, including Robinson's wife Bernice Taylor.
Track 3 describes Langley in the 1930s. Japanese inhabitants and racism are discussed.
Tracks 4 - 5 discuss Robinson's education at Glenwood, Lochiel, and Murrayville Schools. Robinson's logging work is also described.
Track 6 discusses the Depression.
Track 7 describes sustenance farms in Langley. Provisions and shopping are discussed; the Booth family is mentioned.
Track 8 discusses living near the Canada-USA border and hunting. The internment of Japanese families is also discussed.
Tracks 9 - 10 discuss Robinson's work and living in Langley.