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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Wordess (nearly) Wednesday - Trailer with Paul and Dorothy


Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Trailer with Paul and Dorothy






This is a photo I've had in the back of my mind for a long time, and couldn't put my hands on it. When I did come across it, a while back, I had nothing particular to do with it! So, today is the day.

My maternal grandparent, Paul and Dorothy (SORENSEN) KINNICK, outside a trailer house they lived in for some time. It was parked north of our house. Our 'garden' was behind them - that is the 'grove' to the right, behind. It was the late 1940s, I believe. It seems they were remodeling something, and this was interim housing. I just don't remember. Hope someone will see it that does remember. It is a kind of important stage of life! Thanks, for any clues.


Families are Forever!  ;-)

2 comments:

  1. Great picture of them!! Don't think Ive seen this before either!!

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  2. Really captures an era, for sure. This is the way I like to remember them... ;-)

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