We were going to wait awhile longer and get everything situated before retrieving our pocket poochie but circumstances dictated we change our plans.
So... off Little Companion and I went.
From Harvey, ND we traveled southeast to Jamestown and on toward Fargo. We eventually got on I29 and headed south. Now as we were headed that way anyway, and I'm not always a get there and get er done type of gal...
we made a sharp left when we hit highway 14 and headed off toward...
Walnut Grove, MN.
While in Walnut Grove we were able to tour the little museum and grounds. We had a wonderful time seeing one of the towns Laura Ingalls Wilder grew up in and learn a little more about the author.
Caroline and Charles Ingalls
Now what do we have here?
Kind of looks like she belongs in a soap opera, the one where one gal would be the preacher, doctor, school teacher and, of course,
Most caring mother in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD!
Okay, enough Little Companion, moving on ...
Laura Ingalls Wilder at age 17, very fun. It was quite a way off the beaten track but would recommend it if you are ever close to Walnut Grove.
Okay, had to but, honestly, you would have too!