Kersbergens (or was it Roy Ricke's) garage where the guys would sometimes gather to engage in a little boxing. Floyd Niehaus was always trying to get us to "put up your dukes."

The Drier boys, Lloyd and Harold; Harold was a quiet and likeable guy and had a good build. Lloyd often put on an air of courtesy and when asked a question would often try to buy some time by asking, "Beg Pardon?"

The sand pit south of Doon served as the swimming pool for many. It was quite deep in places and you had to be careful not to get a cramp in the cool water.

The Rohweller place at the East end of Main Street. While our parents visited (Don, Gordon, Carroll and Charlotte) we kids played "Run Sheep Run" and other games.

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