11905 Dudley Rd. Newberg, Yamhill, Oregon
While living at the Patton place, Boyd and Cleo decided to invest in some property relatively close by. They had always wanted a piece of property of their own; a place to go when they retired. The farm was about 13 acres, 5 of which was planted in strawberries, hence the name. The family raised pigs here and the land also had cherry trees. Darwin and his wife Barbara lived here for a time shortly after they were married. Everyone helped remodel the existing house for them. Boyd and Cleo sold the land after owning it for six to eight years. All that is left on the property is a cleared plot of land in the fork of 2 roads, (northwest side of both the drainage and the roads) near a cluster of fir trees.