The hacienda-style home of original owner Harry H. Miller sits at the base of the Rimrocks on Cactus Drive. The home was built in 1935 by Miller and his wife, Helen. "Grandpa and grandma loved the South West of the United States," said Harry M. Miller, the grandson and now owner of the adobe brick home. It's what influenced them to build the house, he said. According to author Kathryn Wright in her book "Historic Homes of Billings," many laborers of the sugar beet fields around Billings took off their shoes and socks, "rolled up their trousers" to jump into a pit and stomp a mixture of mud, manure, sand, straw and water to form the home.