Bob Wademan had a loyal following at his tiny, two-chair barbershop on Elm Street in Woodland. Lots of of the shoppers at Continental Barbers experienced been coming to Wademan for a long time. And that should be predicted since Wademan has been slicing hair given that 1963.
Actually, the only time he took a “break” was when he was drafted to serve in the Vietnam War. But usually, Wademan could typically be found most days standing driving his shaggy customers, clipping absent — in some cases as others waited their flip in the small one particular-space enterprise that confronted Woodland Ford.
The barbershop itself is festooned