The houses were close, and with open windows and screens, we could often hear them and they could hear us.To this day, my sister and I remain friends with the Schmidts, and when we visit our hometown we always pay them a visit.” “When my wife got into a fender bender and needed to be taken to the hospital, a neighbor came by to watch the kids, and gave me his car to drive to the scene of the accident.When I reminisce about the ‘good ol’ days,’ this night is remembered fondly.” “Our neighbor is a hunter and fisherman who loves to share his bounty. He gave me a freezer when I mentioned mine was getting full.When he asked what we thought of smoking some of the salmon he caught, we said we were game, and he bought us a smoker!Download the only app that updates you with real-time crime and safety alerts from your neighborhood.Keep connected and stay informed with up-to-date news from your neighbors, your community and local law enforcement, so we can work together to create safer neighborhoods for all.
Their children have become a big part of our family as well.” “When I grew up in a small town in Ohio, my next-door neighbors were the Schmidts.
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Their daughter would come over after school and play with our dogs in our yard.
When our teenage daughter wanted to swim, they gave her their key code to access the pool in their backyard; they even allowed her to have her graduation party at their pool.
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