Where would the well dressed ladies be headed to?
I think the scenery in this photo makes Charlott's and Arthur's guess about the photo two days ago in the Dee area, a reasonable guess.
L.E. on 18th April 2018 @ 7:21am
How long would the team have to stand there while the photographer
prepared the camera?
L.E. on 18th April 2018 @ 7:24am
I can't see that this is on the way to Dee as the only place on Dee highway that you can see the Mt. is at Dee Mill looks more like the east side or Parkdale view.
lee on 18th April 2018 @ 7:53am
Fence appears to be an appropriate pasture enclosure for the homestead featured in the photo of a few days ago. Maybe the ladies are off to a tea in Dee.
Buzz on 18th April 2018 @ 8:08am
Looks like the road that heads south out of Dee on the west side of the river. That area looks like it could be the same spot where they sometimes hold bee hives
Dan Kleinsmith on 18th April 2018 @ 11:15am
Something to think about....
Dee wasn't called Dee until 1906 and at that time a mill was being built.
Charlott will know this history better than I, but Cloud Cap was built 1889 and Winans built a hotel in the 1880's and Odell settled in 1861.
This area was fairly well traveled in the early years.
L.E. on 18th April 2018 @ 11:33am
I believe this picture was taken when you first turn onto laurence lake rd. About the same area as the big field.
val on 18th April 2018 @ 5:42pm
val on 18th April 2018 @ 5:43pm
I took a picture of that field (what we called the old Dude Ranch)looking to the MT. similar- but this seems to be above the field-maybe around the corner from the settling pond-where the wash out came thru…Or- off of Red Hill area/ Bear Cr side.
Beth Hukari on 25th April 2018 @ 3:33pm