This was one of those weeks when I barely took any pictures–I was feeling under the weather so we really did nothing out of the ordinary. I was going to grace you all with more pictures of the cat, but then my Facebook memories gave me a bit of inspiration.
February 7th was Laura Ingalls Wilder’s 153rd birthday and one of our fond family memories was when we did a bit of a LIW Pilgrimage during our last big road trip in 2014. I’ve shared these pictures before, but I thought this was a good opportunity to pull them off the cloud and share them again.
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3 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot – February 8, 2020”
Lovely to see your Little House on the Prairie photos. My daughter loved those books, and dressed up as Pa once on World Book Day. I have not joined in the party for a while. Busy moving house. But nice to come back and see you are here.
The Little House on the Prairie books are such wonderful stories. Now I’m wondering if my granddaughter has read them. Looks like the homestead is a great place to visit.
FYI: I just saw this online. Your blog post is timely.
On today’s date 153 years ago, Thursday, February 7, 1867, celebrated American author Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957) was born in a log cabin seven miles north of the village of Pepin, in the “Big Woods” of Wisconsin.