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Makes you wonder why they got up and left everything behind?

Come in and rest a spell. I dreamt somerthing like this the other night, only there was a bed and an old lady sleeping on it. We thought her dead, she just got up and left... and we were going to buy the house (it had no outer walls anymore, just the inner ones and furniture), 93 euros a meter. Any good dream solver out there? ;)

ElkhornSilverKingwriteup...turn off of Hwy 22 about 6 miles west of Mill City near Mehama. Just a few miles up the road you can see a very old schoolhouse that dates probably from the 1900s. Today it and the old gymnasium are on gated off private land, but they are easy to see from the highway.

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