Writer: Summer Herndon

Treasures From Grandmother’s Attic

The former chicken ranch on White Avenue appears to be abandoned and almost lifeless. Creaking in the wind, a sign states “We sell, buy, or trade antique furniture.” The long gravel path, along with rickety antique furniture and looming cobwebs, evokes images of Boo Radley peering through a broken window at onlookers.

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Living on the Edge

The two cities face each other but at different elevations. On one side, there is San Dimas, with dirt brown street signs introducing California suburbia stucco homes mixed with wood ranch-style houses holding cactus garden front yards.

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