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Wonder how many families lived there and how many kids grew up on its floors?
 

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I bet its got some stories to tell, always a bit sad when you see a house in that state.
 

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bettyp said:
Jim in NC said:
Wonder how many families lived there and how many

kids grew up on its floors?
Jim ,don't you think it had a big old fireplace and the children play on the floor in front of it to keep warm in the winter?
One would think that Betty, but there are no trees nearby, so I wonder if there was a firewood source close. :?:
 

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BigDaveinKY said:
Maybe that's why there are no trees close by. ;)
I was thinkin' that too Dave ;) but I decided to leave it for someone else :!: ;) :D
 

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Just a guess western Nebraska or Wyoming. See alot of that on I-80. Seen some interesting little churches that looked like they only could sit 10 people. Alot of farms cut in half on I-80.
 

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Lovesthedrive said:
Just a guess western Nebraska or Wyoming. See alot of that on I-80. Seen some interesting little churches that looked like they only could sit 10 people. Alot of farms cut in half on I-80.
This is near the west edge of. South Dakota on a gravel road.
 
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