These kids are showing off go-cart No. 2 in front of the Eatonville Lumber Company. I’m not sure how the cart was powered, but they were ready to ride.
The Eatonville Lumber Company sold more than wood. Back then it was a general store — you could buy everything from food to clothes. (Click on the link and you can take a look inside the store.)
Photos courtesy of Rich and Ruthie Williams.
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