Family photographs are represented by images of my 94 year old grandmother Lorna Haddock, my parents, and other relatives from southern rural Idaho. These folks resided in the small farming communities of St. Charles, Bloomington, and Paris all located along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Bear Lake County. Small family farms were situated where the terrain descended from the mountains; thus, they were rich in black soil, clear spring water, and beautiful rolling hills.

Included here is a photograph of my grandfather Charles Peterson's barn, built by him and his family in the early 1900s. The logs for this structure were hauled from the canyon and then cut, milled, and made into useable lumber. The tall barn illustrates a practical elegance of design characteristic of the area.

Photographs of Bloomington Lake and flowing spring water illustrate the resources utilized to develop plentiful vegetable gardens and raise healthy farm animals. This pastoral setting provided an idyllic environment in which I lived the first decade of my life.

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