Back In My Day | Bob and Linda Adams

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First date at skating rink leads couple to lifetime of adventures over 55 years

By Kristin Beck

Once upon a time, a small town “city” girl from Worthville and a farm boy from Boone Road grew up together at Worthville School. She was a tomboy and he was a smart aleck, and the two did not get along. But eventually times changed, and as teenagers, they went on their first date at the old skating rink in Prestonville. Two years later, they married on Feb. 17, 1962, and 55 years later, Bob and Linda Adams are still in love on their Carroll County farm.

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