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West Side of Fred Chatham's Adobe house.

Granddad’s Adobe House: by George Chatham

By George Chatham Since lumber wasn’t readily available to the homesteaders, most homes were made of sod or adobe blocks. Sod was created by using a knife sled apparatus pulled behind a horse or team of horses which cut about an 18” wide by 3” or 4” thick slab of …

A Tale of Sheet Music

Posted with Permission of Kathryn Neufeld (Kent Brooks’ mother-in-law)  The last page was turned and I was sad to see there was no more music to play. For several days I had been playing through a stack of sheet music. Music that was written before my time. Some were dated …