Candid shots were my aim. I went around all summer long trying to catch my younger sisters and brother in a variety of shots that would tell a story. And they do, to a certain extent. (I didn't have a flash, so faces are dark, but you can tell who everyone is.) This must be the summer after Ann was so ill, because she is so skinny! That pile of lumber sat in front of the shop for a long time. What was it ever used for? And the picture of Judy tieing Steve's shoes on the road to the east of the shop - look how unfinished the lean-to that Dad had built onto the shop was. I remember that it was too cold to do anything in it in the winter time. There was a box of Dad's old books stored in the lean-to - Horatio Alger, and some others that ended up in the house. I used to go read on a summer's day, often keeping company with a mouse or two.
Back to Judy and Steve. She was ever the "big" sister to Ann and Steve. They were the rapscalions. Right? Since there was five years' difference between Judy and me, she was techically the first child of the second family - giving her leadership attributes, etc., etc., etc.