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From desert to Oak Grove!

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Janice SmithWhen I was 12 years old my family moved to Missouri. Oak Grove Missouri to be exact. This small town just east of Kansas City is where my maternal Grandpa and Uncle lived. Grandpa lived in town and my Uncle Gene lived on a farm a few miles outside of the city limits. I was so excited the first time we visited them. Growing up in the desert, I had not experienced all the wonders of farm life. I got to milk the cow, help my Aunt Mae make butter, and homemade strawberry ice cream! I got to help my cousin Janice, who was 2 years older than me, collect eggs and she let me drive the tractor down the road to deliver them to a neighbor. I loved everything about the farm.

During one visit Janice asked me and my sister if we wanted to go fishing. There was…

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Written by Jude Cowell

May 5, 2020 at 3:22 am

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