In his ledgers my grandfather, Amos Claycomb, made an inventory at the end of the year. From 1917 to 1921 he lists a blind horse. I have never heard the story, but I’m surprised that he kept this horse. He farmed in Wayne, Nebraska.
There are two pages for each year. The horses are the first listed. I included both pages – there are interesting items on both pages.
Two photos of where I grew up in Eucalyptus Hills in Lakeside, California. The first is about 1948 with my brother and sister playing in the rocks above our house (not in photo). This is my childhood and I loved it. The second was taken by a friend (thanks, Ed) about 2015. It’s why I don’t live there anymore. At least the rocks are still there. Lakeside, California, USA.