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Mystery photo for June 21, 2015
When Route 4 was just a horse path, there was a 100-acre farm at 1755 Auburn  Road in Turner known as the Mabel Kraft Farm. In 1980, Jim Posik bought the 
property and ran a car business there. He and his wife currently run an  antique shop in a sprawling display of stuff called The Pleasant Past. According to information from the couple, “The place is filled with roughly 50 years of antiques,
collectibles and junk, with more old stuff arriving every week.” Brenda Newman
of Livermore drives Route4 a lot and recognized the sign for The Pleasant Past,
and was randomly selected as our contest winner.

Mystery photo for June 21, 2015
When Route 4 was just a horse path, there was a 100-acre farm at 1755 Auburn Road in Turner known as the Mabel Kraft Farm. In 1980, Jim Posik bought the
property and ran a car business there. He and his wife currently run an antique shop in a sprawling display of stuff called The Pleasant Past. According to information from the couple, “The place is filled with roughly 50 years of antiques,
collectibles and junk, with more old stuff arriving every week.” Brenda Newman
of Livermore drives Route4 a lot and recognized the sign for The Pleasant Past,
and was randomly selected as our contest winner.

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