Continuing my "Almost" Wordless Wednesday photo posts with another great memories place:
This cabin at Prince’s Lake in southern Indiana was the site of many good times for Ed and Gin Niehaus’s family. Uncle Ed, his son Bill, and Ed’s brother Larry built the cabin in the early 1950s. This photo is of those early days. Sisters, brothers, cousins, grandchildren and friends all have fond memories of floating on inner tubes on the lake, fishing from the shore - enjoying the company and surroundings. It wouldn’t be right to make this post without including a second photo of my Uncle Ed relaxing on the deck that he added to the cabin.
Ed and Gin’s daughter, my cousin Marilyn, shared some thoughts with me of her memories of Prince’s Lake:
There were many memories built at this cabin over the years not only by our family, but also by our friends and extended family members. I remember the times that Uncle Robert and Aunt Emma and their girls and later their grandchildren would come and fish and spend weekends. Jerry and I spent our three day honeymoon there as well. Mom and her sister, Peg, spent many weekends down there together after Dad and Shad had passed away.
Thanks for the memories! What’s your Prince’s Lake story?
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