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Reta Corbin: 'Home' still is on Taylor Ford Road

Comments re photo 74139 Jim Richards Remember Sulphur Swimming hole as deeper
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By Reta Corbin Moss

I well remember Sulphur Creek & Demaree's bottom.

We used to frequent the creek to go wading because we couldn't swim; our parents, Billo & Fannie Corbin told us to never go near the water until we learned to swim.


It was so tempting because we lived on the Creek; there were several ways we could approach it other than the main road.

I still visit Taylor Ford Road often & even though we moved to town when I was 15 and lived in two more new houses that my Father built, the house that he built on Taylor Ford remains my home, and as my husband, Bob Moss will tell you, he has to take me home often to Taylor Ford.

--Reta Corbin Moss


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