Here it is - Woodland, Washington County, now called Baileyville.
Some familiar scenes for those of us who live here- or used to live here. This is the headquarters for whichever company operates the pulp facility.
This is where many get or keep their money- the local credit union.
Many a baseball/softball game has occurred at the Spednic Club Field.
And many an occasion has been held here- like my parent's 45th anniversary celebration. It's the only game in town for big events if you want to include alcohol. It's a private club, but not too elite!
The top street of the Woodland Heights. When I was a kid these home were built. All are of a similar pattern like my parents' home - ranch. Must have made an impression on me. I have a ranch too.
The Woodland Baptist Church is across the street.
My own class moved into this building when I was in fifth grade. Thousands of kids have passed through this elementary school. Too bad this area has no jobs and they have all moved away.
Soccer season has just ended and the only players on the Spednic Club field are the Canadian Geese.
Round the curve on Washington Street - familiar territory to Woodlandites.
Just down a street and around the corner, across the street. A family with little kids lives in this home on the left. There are not too many kids in the heighborhood.
The end of Summit Street.
The Episcopal Church in town, which hasn't been used in years. My daughter was baptised here.
The town office and the health facility on Broadway.
Main Street looking north.
Main Street looking south. My grandmother used to own "the Block", which was an apartment/boarding house.
The Dragon Dome, home of endless basketball games.
Maine entrance of Woodland Jr/Sr High School. Last year the girls' basketball team won the state title . Last year the boys' basketball team won the state title. Last year the girls won the state softball title. They made us proud and we do have an academic program, by the way!