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Whoop-n-Holler Ranch-n-Museum

Whoop-n-Holler Museum sign

Whoop-n-Holler Ranch-n-Museum beats anything I have ever seen. Situated way out in the middle of nowhere is a motley collection of cars, wagons, trucks, tractors, and buggies, plus an old school building with artifacts, and a treasure house.

Old gas pumps

I have a thing about old gas pumps. Anything to do with vehicles can be found here. When I was a kid, we had a 1930 Essex; there is one here. We had a 1938 Hudson; there is one here. We didn't have a Republic, but there is one here.

Fairview Schoolhouse

The old Fairview schoolhouse is a reminder of simpler times. I never attended a one-room school, but I did teach in one in the late 1960s for a short while. This one has books (Elson Basic Reader, which I recall reading as a child), maps, desks, etc., etc. from a bygone day.

Sorry the photo is so poor. I'll have to go back and try again.

Getting to the Whoop-n-Holler is easy enough. From the Lewis and Clark Trail highway (SR 14) you turn north at the Roosevelt Grade road sign at Roosevelt; stay on the pavement for 11 miles and there you are.
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