The stream was not a real stream but a COID irrigation canal. Mother named the property Willoway. We lived there until I graduated from Bend High 13 years later. We dug a pond and added onto the house 4 times. We put in a garden, planted fruit trees, gathered eggs, raised beef, milked a cow, canned food and rode horses and motorcycles. I learned to fish the Deschutes above the mill district, shoot quail, move irrigation pipes, woodcraft, welding, and lapidary. It was a great way to live and grow. My point here is that it was all based on ownership, and love of real property. Forty years after those 1952 times, Linda, our son Tyler, and I bought a one acre property. It had a vintage barn, and irrigation from a COID canal running through it. It also had a 735 sq. ft. house, and a giant weeping willow. We enlarged the house in an English Country style, put in gardens, added fruit trees, built a chicken coop, collected eggs, and got a hound. We have lived here 23 years and still treasure owner occupancy of real estate and just got our third sight hound. We named the property Willoway Cottage and that is where my office is. My office has current technology, but client consultation often extends to the inglenook, the gazebo, patio, or the garden.