The high school then consisted of just these two building. I had English, Driver's Ed and Social Studies in the Fish Building.
We stopped at the Jesse N. Smith home which is the home of our grandparents.
We stopped at a memorial next to the church that lists those men who lost their lives in World War I and World War II.
I am happy that so many of my children were with me to enjoy this tour of the town where I grew up.
The home hasn't changed too much since we lived there. I am happy that we were able to go inside to see some of it.
We called this home a lodge. Daddy built it so that we could hold home evenings and other family events out there. We enjoyed the fire place in the building. It is now used as a store.
In this Stinson Museum I found myself on a family tree pedigrees owing the descendants of William Jordan Flake in 1939 when my twin sister and I were four years old.
We visited the childhood home of my father. It is lovingly called "The Big House"
This is how I remember my grandfather, James Madison Flake. He was hard of hearing and would lean close to the radio to be able to hear it.
I have a great heritage.
We now had a tour guide with a key so we went back for a quick tour of another great grandfather's home.
We enjoyed a fun but quick tour of the home.
A photo of my great grandmother when she married my great grandfather.
This has been a wonderful trip. What a great pioneer heritage we have. What a blessing it has been to share my memories of growing up in Snowflake with my children.