|Potato Harvest, late 1940s|
|Peas were grown commercially here in the 1950s|
|More documentation of a 1950s pea harvest|
|Arthur Metzger Sr. on the tractor in the pea patch|
|Artie Metzger, sporting his red cap, King Of The Potato Bag Mountain|
|Arthur Metzger Sr. , circa 1952|
standing in the front yard of the house
where we still live today
|J. Walter and Thelma Matteson Metzger in the cow barn, circa 1956.|
They were the grandparents of Arthur Metzger Jr.
|Heifers in the pasture, circa 1953|
|Living on a farm provides many opportunities|
to find ingredients for mud pies.
Dawn Metzger Newton and Carol Metzger Wilkerson,
|Artie Metzger in front of the granary (no longer standing)|
Unidentified man in background.
|Artie and Carol on a wintry afternoon in 1954|
|Wanda Gooch Metzger likely on her way to her "day job."|
|Fun in the snow|
|J. Walter and Thelma Matteson Metzger|
in their courting days
|In this undated photo, Arthur E. Matteson|
strides along the road that passes in front of the farmhouse.
Horse barn in the background is recognizable today
|Walter Metzger with his team.|
The 'Horse Barn" is seen at the right
Those faniliar with the farm will note that it's still standing
|This little guy would dearly love to add work horses|
to our farm plan today!
|Leona Matteson Tasillo at work picking berries.|
Who's the lady in the background?
|See the berry baskets attached to the belt?|