The Kennys spent the winter 2001-02 in this west of Madison, Indiana. It was on a 150 farm that belonged to Sarah and Gene Green. Behind it was two barns, one of which Della used. The house was built in 1840 for a slave mistress. The brick was made on site from clay dug on the property. The wood was also harvested and milled on that site.
During the winter Bud drove this horse-drawn carriage in downtown Madison. The historic district has 133 block, making it the second largest in America. "For me, the princess of the river (towns). . . is unquestionably Madison, Indiana." - Charles KuraltThe horse in this picture is Belle, who stayed on the farm with the Kennys and became Della's new best friend. Della doesn't care for most horses, but she and Belle were best buddies.
Della also pulled the Cinderella carriage in Madison. When not in use, that carriage stayed downtown in front of the Fudge Factory. The black carriage in the foreground of this picture was used to drive the equine of the day back and forth to the farm.
Patricia got a job as a waitress at Bob's Big Boy.