I definitely do. I love history, and find it fun to imagine the way things were around my area. Take my grandmother for instance. She has lived here in my house since 1926, when she moved here at age 8 with her parents. She remembers that there were hardly any cars around, there were still trolleys going all over, there were alot of dirt roads, there were one room school houses here, etc. Also, my house was the last on the street, which now it's in the middle. When my grandmother graduated high school, there was only 35 students. Now the graduating class here is a few hundred. The high school was where my middle school is. My grandmother worked in the mills for many years. She even had to make stuff for World War 2. She told me about having to cover the top of car headlights, the lack of beef and having to eat horse meat, the lack of many other things, and all kinds of other things. She even knew Robert Goulet, because she and his mother worked together. It's so interesting to hear stuff like this. I could sit there for hours and listen to older people tell about what they experienced.