. . . Perhaps its greatest claim to fame is that it was reputed to have been one of Billy the Kid’s hiding places.
Even though Delana’s parents struggled to eke out a
living, they somehow found the money to restore the mill, which by 1949 was completely dilapidated, the wheel so decayed it was buried in the ground—it had stopped
working during the Great Depression.
While Carmon refurbished the mill, he and his young bride lived next door in the building that now houses . . .