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Brunger farm most out buildings are gone but great to see this photo . Brings back a lot of memories.
This is my grand parents old farm. So many memories.
This is the home I grew up in. My father still owns it,wonderful memories.
We moved into this place in 1984/85. Lived there until November 1994. Lots of memories.
My dad built our home from the ground up. Things have changed a lot since this was taken. It brings back some good memories.
My parent's house and where I lived from 4 years of age until I got married (1955) Many good memories of those years.
I remember this house it was set back off the road and the pool, no pole barn yet, what memories it brings back ❤️
Best years of my life in that farm. Lots of memories, lots of fun! Glad Mo and I raised our family there. A lot of work/remodeling but was worth it.
This is my childhood home. It was recently sold and will soon be torn down. The memories are flooding back of a more simplistic time. When it wasn't popular to be the "country kids". How times have changed!
the farm and sawmill have changed hands the memories of saw dusty smell stay with me and when I see trees being felled I go back ( like the Kenny
Chesney song) to fond memories of occassionally being able to help stack an order for my dad Lester Monroe.. but I really tried to be elswhere when it came
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