Tuesday, June 07, 2011

"Dear Mom, We had just started the Oregon Trail and we just stopped at a museum in Old Town and we are in the school house and I am writing to you with a feather. We just walked 1 mile and we have about 5 more miles to go. I am having so much fun except my foot got run over by the wagon. See you later!"


Anonymous said...

What a crew! Will they all be at the barn dance in Bourcher's Barn? I'm ready for another barn dance--John Brown

Clyde said...

We tore that down. Sorry. What else you got.

Anonymous said...

You tore it down? So where's a fellow to go these days to do some dancing with the pretty ladies? I've got to get me a wife to take to my new house on Rex Hill.

Anonymous said...

Hmm. I see you have a lot of pretty ladies at your museum. That must be where all the sparking takes place. Perhaps the schoolmarm is free for a dance?

Lilly Morgen said...

1911 marks a very important event in Sherwood history: the first time that women were allowed to vote in the Sherwood City Elections! Here Here!!!

Anonymous said...

What lovely work. --Lilly Morgen

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