Photos courtesy of Dunneback Family
Changes to the Dunneback barn have followed the needs of the farm market business. Visitors now can enjoy freshly baked goods on a deck adjoined to the main barn.
Riding the farm wagons often has been part work and part fun for farm kids. Stephanie’s father Edward Dunneback was no exception in this prized family photo.
Women frequently ask if they can buy the pink 1962 Chevy, while old men shake their heads.
PRETTY IN PINK
Little boys advise, “That tractor is supposed to be green!” when they see the John Deere 420. The tractor is operable and is used for events around the farm.
Farm-related gifts are a natural fit within the Dunneback barn.
Edward and Helen Dunneback’s 50th wedding anniversary was cause for celebration when family gathered in 1992 at the farm.
Edwin Dunneback and his son, Joe, spend time together while also getting work done.
A LOOK BACK
Edward Dunneback was known as “The Alpine Cowboy” after he began offering hayrides on the farm. Behind the team is the original 1890s barn.
The Dunneback farm includes the 1910 farmhouse, the 1890s barn not visible in this photograph, the 1938 barn and two additional farm outbuildings. The small, white structure contains bathrooms for farm help. The smaller structure behind it is unidentified.