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Owner doesn't think of wonderful daffodil house as abandoned

Re: Daffodil photo on Johnson School Road

That house belongs to Greg and I. We purchased it from Mr. Leslie Morrison's granddaughter a few years ago. The March flowers there are always glorious, as are the day lilies in the summer.

I don't consider the house abandoned, as it is usually home to assorted wildlife.


Thanks. Joyce Coomer for allowing this so peaceful scene to do it's own thing. And what a delightful way to look at its new purpose. - EW

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