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Definitely one of my favorite pictures of my folks. They look so relaxed and comfortable.

This was taken in the living room of Zade and Bubbie\u2019s house at the Workman\u2019s Circle camp in Carbon Canyon. Theirs was the very last house on a dead end road. Hell yes!

I believe my Zade built the house himself, along with other members of the Workman\u2019s Circle. I loved going there. Those are wooden casement windows with wood frame screens on the inside. And, of course, all screen at the time was metal. Fiberglass window screen had yet to be introduced. I believe the table at the right had six hand-painted tiles on the top.

I\u2019ve always wondered whose legs those are far right. I think the knotty pine in this room is the same as the paneling in our house on Virginia Rd.

My guess is this is in the late 1930s, before they had kids.

I loved going to the camp. Near the entrance from the road, there was a community center and large swimming pool. Free, of course. Under the living room where this picture was taken was Zade\u2019s shop. The house\u2019s foundation was mortared river rock, and the downstairs shop stayed really cool and, because it was kind of long and narrow, kind of spooky to a little kid. It had a dirt floor, smelled of oil and had lots of old tools.

The house had indoor running hot and cold water, but you had to step outside to go outside to use the toilet. The toilet was in it\u2019s own tiny and discreet room on the rear deck. The toilet had a tank above (I don\u2019t remember if it was wood) and a pull-chain to flush.

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