The king of the white bean pie

Bert Nason was a ranger at the Mill Creek Ranch guard station, which was halfway between Prospect and Union Creek. Shown here about 1920, Nason was well known for his bean pie. A life-long bachelor, he attended most community affairs, and when food was called for he made a white navy bean pie.

Bert Nason was a ranger at the Mill Creek Ranch guard station, which was halfway between Prospect and Union Creek. Shown here about 1920, Nason was well known for his bean pie. A life-long bachelor, he attended most community affairs, and when food was called for he made a white navy bean pie.

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