Rosemary Campbell recounts her family's arrival in Innisfil and the construction on their property in the 1940s. She begins by discussing how when her brother got married in 1951, he built a house for their mother at the back of his property, though Rosemary was married in 1952 and therefore didn't stay very long. She recalls that she was helping shingle the roof the day her husband-to-be arrived on their wedding day. Several years later it was moved on tree skids to Willard Ave. (which was named after William Lamb's son Willard), and the house was the first at that location. Her mother paid $300 for the piece of property, which is now 2147 Willard Ave. The house still stands today and transferred to Rosemary after her mother's passing in the early 1990s.