Lezlie Sterling/lsterling@sacbee.com

A handmade Old West "ghost town" is a highlight in Enss' office, her favorite room in the house. "My dad made this for me out of beat-up shingles from old buildings in Norborne, Mo., where he lives," she said. "There's a bank, a church, a general store, a saloon, a jail and an outhouse, all of which you would have found in any town in the Old West. He made it look like a ghost town. It's falling apart, but it's supposed to be falling apart."

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