SR-165: Tracks 1 - 2 discuss the McVicar family, including Kells' parents Archilbald McVicar and Ivy Chatt (?).
Track 3 discusses children's leisure activities, including trips into New Westminster.
Track 4 discusses West Langley School and Langley High School.
Track 5 mentions the lack of transportation into Langley.
Track 6 discusses the Depression, including her father's business, the McVicar Seed Company, relief work, and transient men.
Track 7 discusses World War II and Kells' work in income taxes in Vancouver. Rationing is mentioned. Kells' husband's war work repairing airplanes is mentioned.
Track 8 discusses Japanese families in Langley and the internment.
Tracks 9 - 10 discuss the end of the war and Kells' work as a secretary.
Track 11 discusses St. Oswald's Anglican Church and church social activities.
Track 12 describes shopping at Astin's general store and in New Westminster.
Track 13 mentions the gravel roads in Langley.
Track 14 discusses the introduction of telephones and electricity, as well as the automobile.
Track 15 describes the flood of 1948.
Tracks 16 - 17 discuss changes in West Langley over time.