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Photo 65-CWA-25


I lived in that farm house as a kid, moving out at age 11 (1989) and moving with my family to Alaska. I have such fond memories of both the house, the barn across the road, and the camp setting (Timber Lee Christian Center). It's so cool to see this old photograph!

Goodness- one of the most wonderful homes we have lived in! It did have interesting things that could
Be found in the dirt basement, but that kept
The camp kids entertained. As our daughter, Sarah Coke, said- many many wonderful memories.

Salamander hunting in the basement was a favorite pastime, followed by Salamander Olympics. The dirt basement was scary, intriguing, and entertaining all in one.

Hi Jill! Thanks for sharing your memories of the home in Walworth County. What kind of interesting things did you find in the dirt basement? We love hearing about unique details from the past. What was the community like in 1964? Has anything changed since then? -Alexis

Hi Sarah! Thanks for sharing your memories with us. It's always amazing to see how much a place can change over time. Do you remember anything specific about living in this area during that time? We'd love to hear more about your experiences. -Alexis

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