I guess Victor Appleton wasn’t the only one to think about building a House on Wheels. Yesterday afternoon, hundreds of people came out to view the latest house on wheels. When Rite Aid bought the corner property on which the Brunner-Nixon funeral home existed, somebody acquired the old building for the cost of moving it. According to the News-Herald, it took 4½ hours to move it to the lot next to Joughin’s Hardware last night.
Today, after school, we went over to take the following pictures. Notice in the last picture, the bottom of the building. You should be able to see a number of the 96 wheels used to move it. Wow!