Sunday, March 30, 2008

They're just passing through ... sort of

On a hillside in the southern part of Stark County, a nomadic group of people lives together in perfect harmony.

In 17 trailers, motor homes and campers of all sizes, they brave wind, rain, mud and snow. Bear Creek, a Kampgrounds of America campsite, is their permanent yet temporary home. This time of year, it's occupied mostly by men and women who follow jobs around the country.

Some stay for days; others for months.

They are skilled professional migrant workers.

"Kind of like a little band of gypsies," Karen Johnston said with a Southern drawl.
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