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Jim – 26-mar-2020

I think the upstairs attic room was called ” the sewing room “. Mike, do you remember when we mistakenly…

Mike – 26-mar-2020

Factoids re Amber and Elmer’s farm. At least through the 50’s, the farm was owned by Elmer’s stepmother Alma. Amber…

Mike – 25-mar-2020

There were catholic churches at Big Rock (5 mi south of Wheatland) and at Toronto (5 miles north). The same…

Meg – 25-mar-2020 #2

We don’t have many pictures of Iowa, but here they are…Jog your memory. Various locations

Beth – 25-mar-2020

Got the link from Mike too, Barb—thanks.  Now—how to add to blog, rather than email??  Mike, re. furniture, I picture…

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Beth suggested that the blog would work better if contributors could post directly to it. So far the only thing…

Meg – 25-mar-2020

Ahhhh so nice to come home to.. after working at home… to visit Iowa and warm memories. Days are filled…

Mike – 25-mar-2020

Beth – you mentioned the dresser in the room off the kitchen. Wasn’t that the piece of furniture that wound…

Barb – 24-mar-2020

Don’t forget the party line telephone in the kitchen  to the right of the door as you faced the phone. 

Barb – 25-mar-2020 #2

Yes on the concrete museum. A total hoot and an official historic place. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin_Concrete_Park