“Six miles beyond them, two bachelors were living in one house. They had taken two farms, and built the house on the line between them…they cooked and ate together in the middle of the house.”
— Laura Ingalls Wilder, Little House on the Prairie
Frank Greerson figured his words would clear his parents’ dining room that morning, and they did. The family scattered like a nest of mice found by a fox in a field. His mother herded her grandchildren and their dishes into the kitchen. His sister-in-law cleared the adults’ dishes and escorted his sister out of the room.
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P.S. For all the Little House Fans, the picture is the original claim in De Smet, SD. These are the five cottonwood trees Pa planted for his five girls, taken in 2010.