Did anyone else notice these strange clouds this afternoon in North Ogden? ... See MoreSee Less

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Nathan ZimmermanThis is not natural. I have also seen what appeared to be pillows in even rows and even columns. They are not clouds. You need to find out for yourselves what they are.

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Jefferson ShupeThis cold front is making a very orderly entrance.

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Rachelle MontgomeryThey were really cool to see.

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Abby McGinnisStratocumulus Clouds

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Happy New Year! This Lemon Survey map is a record of farmlands, roads, and irrigation lines in 1850-1855. Farr's Fort, near the Ogden River is connected to North Ogden (or Ogden Hole) by Mountain Road. Enlarge the map to find your relatives names. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Historical MuseumThanks to Lindsay Deamer for finding us this map!

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Debbie BarnesAm I doing something wrong? I cant read the names even after enlarging?? lol

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Susan Barker AdamsNeed to look for my relatives on here.

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David ShepherdMy great great grandfather is there. I need to check out the present day location!

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Karen Grover McHanmy ancestor Joseph Grover is on there. How fun to see this.

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Jennifer DukeHmmm...I wonder if my relative, Elijah Shaw, is on there.

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Shay Call DavisMary Lou Baker I'm not sure if you like this page or not but they post some fun things!

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Larry McKainWow! That's a treasure.

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Cindy Nix Ballard FassettCathy Nix, have you seen this.

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Reminder: Winter closure of North Ogden Historical Museum Dec. 18 to Jan. 26. We will open for groups with advance notice. ... See MoreSee Less

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600 E. in North Ogden was closed down for sleigh riding after snowstorms from the 30s to the 60s. The mailbox on the left reads "W.H. Warren." Merry Christmas from the North Ogden Historical Museum! ... See MoreSee Less

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Larry McKainBeing an "old lineman", I can't help but notice the phone lines on the left. What an excellent photo. Thanks for sharing it.😅

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Steven PrisbreyAbout how far north was this?

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Lindsay DeamerMaybe 700 E

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Jefferson ShupeThat's the perfect hill! I've been down it in the summer sitting on skateboards. A friend got major road rash. We should have waited until winter...

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Carol Manning HutchesonI remember those wonderful winter days. In 1948 we stayed home a week from school. My father, Nephi Manning, skied to North Ogden School from our home on Fruitland Drive. The snow was over the top of the red brick fenceposts.

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Shanna CampbellSleigh riding down Armstrong's hill in the 60's was awesome too!

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Marie Jo ClayMy grandparents, Iris and Anna Jones lived on 750. I remember a lot of days sledding around there, the canal next to her house was the best, us kids would play in it when it snowed. What fond memories ❤️

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Loretta Bowden ConwayWe totally did this every year!! It was great fun with lots of snow!!

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Ellen SmithLove the pictures and everyone saying something. Some of my family is still in Ogden. I want to Ben Lomand. Still go back for reunions

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Cheryl Barth HarmerWe sleighed down 650 east when we were kids. We lived across from the church.

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Ellen SmithWe hooked bumpers on Chester st and road sleds down the hill at the golf course on Washington Blvd south end

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Janice B StarkI remember those days when we would go from our house to the church at the bottom of the hill on 600 East.

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Tammy Conway BudgeLoretta Bowden Conway and Connie Kimber...did you ever do this? It sounds close to grandmas and grandpas house.

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Bruce R. RobertsThey closed it during the 50s and 60s also.

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Larry McKainMerry Christmas NOHM!

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Julie AshleyI so, so, so love these pictures! Thank you! 😘

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Michele Johnston JohnsonOur 3100n was a great hill back in the day

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Jim KoonsThose were the days.

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Roger BriggsAug 2012 per Google maps.

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Janette Gilgen Treasure DallingaThe good old days

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Jessie Mace KiddHere it comes, Mom! Cathy Mace

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Collette AndersonSuzette Warren

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A cabin snow scene is pictured from the Victor Roylance files at the North Ogden Historical Museum. FYI: The museum's winter closure will be from Dec. 18 to Jan. 26, but we will open for groups during that time with advance notice. ... See MoreSee Less

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Larry McKainIs that a sheep in the pic?

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Justin RoylanceKaren Soelberg Roylance, do you know the history behind this?

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Heather NeilsonDUP Camp Evergreen is excited to come in January!

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Justin RoylanceNice.

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Darlene GrantClaudia Roylance Byington is this from your family?

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