Noah "Bud" Ogle Home

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Noah "Bud" Ogle Home
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Noah "Bud" Ogle and Cindy lived temporarily in an older one-room cabin nearby and raised the lower half of the new house that now stands there. Gradually, as the family grew, they constructed the other half to make room for their children.
The downstairs rooms were used for living, cooking and sleeping, with the boys sleeping in the two lofts. Outside, the two alcoves beside the chimney were used for storage space. Meat, cornmeal and salt were kept in the front one, while chickens resided in the rear one.
Love Love she had said slightingly and incredulously, it makes me think of joys and happiness
You must be in love; she said, "Love is the biggest gift you can give to anyoneā€¯
She looked at him silently with her eyes open; His eyes shimmered with a mixture of delight and something she could not comprehend
Unexpectedly their love was all-greater than life and they were capable to navigate liberated the sea of love

Uploaded on January 06, 2009 Photo Contest Finalist

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