This is a picture at camp, that was “down” time, you know, my Dad was a workaholic, and that was the only time he took off was deer season. That was on some of the Rice Lumber property over in Lincoln, it was a school bus they'd move it you know to campsites in various places, for the hunting season then bring it back to the shop and park it in back of the yard. That's Uncle Heeman on the bunk, and Paul Rotax was in that picture too. You know that was his only time down in the fifties you know he would work 72 hours and sleep six, so he was just “on” most of the time, you know work til he'd pass out, get up and go again. My older cousins would say it didn't matter what they did even though they were thirty or forty years younger, you know they were thirty years younger and they could never keep up with him. So when it came to deer season time it's like he just disappeared for two weeks, go out and get his deer the first morning and the next two weeks was time to decompress. Boom.
Palmer's then moved to the Four Corners, across the street from the present location.