The old restored pharmacy at the oil museum, with Julie and Carson.
Audrey looking up the derrick tower. On her left is the capped hole where the drilling was done.
Monument in downtown Taft to oil workers. Bronze statue on the right is one of the largest of its type in the country.
At the Fresno Temple with Lou Jean's cousin Mike.
Dancing in the family room with Greg, Julie, Carson and Trevor.
Arriving in Taft the oil museum.
At the museum restored produce store.
Audrey Funk (age 5) at the oil museum.
Photo and display of one of the most productive oil fields ever in the U.S.
Lou Jean turns on the oil pump.
Inside entrance to the Bakersfield Museum.
Carson Funk (my youngest grandchild), and his older brother Trevor.
This restored oil derrick has always been at this location. The museum was built around this structure, which is in the small town of Taft.
Restored school room. Audrey played the teacher.
Friday evening at the school fair with the children.