Photo of Betty Cheesman (née Bowman) and her daughter, Heather, standing near the rental cabins of Meadowbrook. Located on south half of lot 11, concession 14 of Innisfil (now Barrie), Betty and Albert Cheesman built a storey-and-a-half building with a walk out basement, living quarters upstairs, restaurant and variety store on the main level, Supertest gas bar, and cabins to rent out to travelers. About 100 feet off of highway 11/Yonge Street they built a row of three smaller cabins along the north fence line and one large duplex cabin along the west fence line. The establishment was named Meadowbrook, and the Cheesmans lived there - along with a pony and some chickens - until the business and property were sold in 1952 to Leonard Kearns. The duplex cabin is visible just behind Betty and Heather, with a single cabin visible to the right. The treeline in the background follows the 14th line of Innisfil between Yonge St. and the 10th Sideroad. Photo credit to Bob Cheesman.