By Farm & Wilderness
Published July 8, 2019
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1939-’49 It all starts with a $500 lease by Ken & Susan Webb for 600-acres of old farmland on Woodward Reservoir. Timberlake, Indian Brook and Tamarack Farm are born. Fair begins as an alternative to visiting the state fair in Rutland, as gas was rationed during the war. 1960-’69 SAM Camp is formed on Lake […]
By Kristi Webb, Trustee In 1939, the camp we now know as Timberlake was first called Mehrlicht. It probably tells you everything you need to know about my family that “mehr licht” (“more light”) were the last words of the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The camp name was given up after a couple of […]
There are many ways to identify an F&W person in a crowd. Of course the easiest way is with a sweatshirt, tee shirt, or a water bottle emblazoned with an F&W Logo. But there are some other ways. How many of these apply to you? When they hear a bell ring twice, they suddenly start […]
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