Recall Menifee in simpler days

MENIFEE – The Menifee Valley Historical Association thought residents might enjoy reading this memory written by Rosamond (Brown) Morrison about her early years growing up in Menifee, when life seemed a lot simpler. From “Childhood” by Rosamond B. Morrison, written Aug. 10, 1992, “When I was about 5 years old, Pop came into the house early one morning saying there was a young barn owl down in the field. Right away I went to see, The owl looked big to me, I approached him slowly. He was not afraid. We communicated for a few minutes before I went back to the house. “Climbing Bell Mountain every spring was a must do. One time we went up the south side, the steepest. Walter went first, I held on to his jumper tail. In the old days, denim jackets were called jumpers. Margaret ca
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