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The Farmhouse

September 22, 2013

The ancient farmhouse was a part of the history of the small town of Muncy....

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mikekerstetter

Sep-22-13 2:23 AM

Maybe I wasn't looking for them..... but I'm 51, have lived in a 3 mile radius of Montgomery all my life and have driven by there thousands of times. I can't remember cows or crops ever gracing that hill. In my opinion that area has never looked so good; especially with the reworked bridge and roads and the unsightly old building that housed Family Tire gone. I personally can't wait till Sheetz is open.

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Tgrammiex4

Sep-22-13 5:32 AM

I miss seeing that house & barn too. Did anyone else notice the family of groundhogs around the barn? Used to see them scampering in the yard. I suppose they were exterminated. All in the name of progress.

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VinceKnauff

Sep-22-13 5:46 AM

I grew up in Muncy in the 70's and that place was an eyesore then. And Family Tire across from it did not help the matter either. This writer's memories are a bit different than mine. The area looks far better now than it has for years.

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nobud74

Sep-22-13 7:11 AM

If anyone wants to retain the status quo of a property he only has to purchase it. Short of that, no point in griping about it.

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eriklatranyi

Sep-22-13 7:16 AM

Nobud is right.

Put a group together and buy it, but do not use my tax money for it.

I would rather have a Sheetz and CVS than a rodent hotel.

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metalhead

Sep-22-13 7:49 AM

It was Haunted anyway.

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CMReeder

Sep-22-13 8:12 AM

The small family farm is part of the past and it's role in today's society has diminish greatly. I recently drove past the area and was amazed at the changes. There is still a lot of farm and pastoral areas around the changes. They all have not been bulldozed and paved and developed.

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