Kjelstad/Burwash Barn Then and Now (104 years later)
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The Kjelstad barn in Ohop Valley was built in 1910. Today it is part of the Nisqually Land Trust and looks just as grand as the day it was built. I hope they keep it …

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Pete Peterson’s Work Horses (ca. 1918)

Submitted by on March 19, 2012 – 1:11 amNo Comment
Pete Peterson with his horses chub and daisy.

Pete Peterson with his horses chub and daisy.

A farmer is only as good as his horses.  Here is Pete Peterson showing off his horses, Chub and Daisy. Do you know how I know horses were important? I’ve seen more pictures of his horses than his wife.

Photo courtesy of Linda Lewis.

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