|Although we change, this picture of the Goosenecks remains timeless and unchanged!|
|Jensen's which was located where Blue Mt. Foods is today|
|Monticello Merc, located, well where it is today but with food and clothes and stuff!|
|And Blue Mountain Foods, located where the new Maverick sits today. Remember Clare Toppance?|
|The teacher who inspired me to read the classics... Mr. Morris Nelson! We multi task here on the frontier.|
|What's not to love about his writing?|
|This is just the upper left hand corner, like I said, the paper is in sad shape.|
|Monticello Drill Team....At one time they were known as the Buckettes, but thankfully they changed that. I mean really....Buckettes?|
|And you had the San Juan Broncettes.....kind of explains the MHS name...well a little. No matter what they were called, they were amazing to watch.|
|You'll notice Jack Hazen won a free show if he brought in the ad.....wonder if he did? And, who is Jack Hazen? Anybody?|
Patty Black, Mitzi Bond, Brenda Gardner, Liz Trujillo, Lisa McDonald, Joy Randall & Arlene Howesa.
I remember tying quilts at noon hour with Mrs. Jensen, I think that's when these quilts were worked on a lot since mini courses only were an hour a week. I loved Mini-Courses with all my heart, and took archaeology more than once. Do you remember Mini-Courses? I think they should do them again....I would volunteer to teach one!
So now you've peeked into my past and the past of our town....gained new insight into what made me Me! get it Mimi. Haaahaa I always have something in my bag of tricks!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!....I'm off to party with my BIG Family!!!