Saturday, December 28, 2013
As time passed, the sportsmen used the Lodge less frequently, and the building fell into disrepair. Then, in 1915, Mitchell Hall in nearby Forsyth, Missouri, which housed The School of the Ozarks, burned. Needing a new building, School officials looked for a large, unoccupied building. They were able to purchase the old Maine building with insurance money collected from Mitchell Hall. Providentially, the asking price for the building and land was identical to the amount the insurance company paid for Mitchell Hall."
Thursday, December 26, 2013
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In the last couple of posts I have mentioned several projects we have going on. Somehow this week has disappeared with none of them being co...
So sorry for taking so long to post the winner. As I said Mr. O was away so I wanted to have several witnesses when the winning name was pic...
Some of you may know I have been having troubles loading photos on the blog. I was talking to Mr. O about it and thought perhaps it was conn...