Guess what I got for Christmas. A slide scanner. We have hundreds of slides that we took in the 60's and 70's. Now I have a way to get them on the computer. They are not the best quality, but here are a few of them.
These 2 were taken on campus at UCLA, where I was a student at the time. This was before we were married.
We were married in Santa Barbara, in a beautiful church building. It was a small wedding with just my mom and step-dad, my brother, and my husband's parents and aunt and uncle there.
Our first home was on campus at Cal Poly. The little trailer was only 6' by 17'. We used the community bathrooms that were across the way. The community was known as Silver City, or Fertile Acres, because many of the couples had babies and young children. I cooked using a hot plate, and a toaster oven. Our icebox was small and it was a real icebox. We had to buy ice for it every few days. We paid $25. per mo. for the privilege of living there. That included utilities. We didn't mind the conditions. We were young and in love.
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