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Those were the times when school children had a prairie to play..


That's an excellent point Patti. Thanks for that. Good one.☺


I can imagine recess or lunchtime and the happy noise that would of been there, Fished Thanks


All alone out on the prairie, its probably pretty safe in there. The roofline is straight, it has a sturdy look. I would proceed with caution but I would probably go in and try to get a feel for what it must have been like in full life. If I had a big stick!☺ Thanks Jill


I'll donate to your cause when your ready, Shirley...a wonderful idea!!


Thanks Jacki, its definitely from a different time frame.


Glad you enjoyed it OutdoorsygalO.


That would be a pleasure Ellen, Nice Comment!☺


Even the new ones are mostly abandoned at the moment. (All my grandchildren have online learning only this fall.)

Beautiful puzzle. Thank you.


Oh my, would love to see it “back in the day”


This still has a lot of appeal to me, though I’m not sure I would venture inside these days. Such a poignant reminder of times past. Great puzzle thanks Dave


Sadly forgotten, I never understand how there can be so many abandoned buildings when there are so many homeless people, and that goes for our Country too, If I were rich I'd buy a large area of land and relocate all the abandoned buildings and home all the homeless. They would have to help me renovate them :)) Thanks, Dave, love the puzzle.


So lonely all alone on the prairie! Thanks, Dave. Beautiful photo! Thanks.




You can almost hear the children's voices and the missing bell tolling for classes. Stoke up the pot-bellied stove, put some glass back in the windows and bring it back to life....


Definitely memories of a different time, Biznaga, I grew up in a little town in Nebr. and attended school in the late fifties, and they were bussing kids in from outlying areas by then.

Attended one like that outside Helena in the early 1950s.