Hong, Edna Hatlestad, 1913- / Muskego boy
Chapter 6: Milwaukee to Muskego, pp. -46
"I don't know," Far hesitated. "Ho! Ho !" laughed one of the much of a chance to do that here ir from anywhere in the town. You "How flat it is!" said Bestemor hide or find shelter?" "Now you aren't wanting to h "Just you wait until you see Musk than the pancakes these Americans mountains, Bestemor." Bestemor shivered, though the I shawl closer. "You just run along, boys," F Muskego won't be in until afterno( town and get back to catch a ride Mikkel and Per wandered aboi the bearded men in rough jeans an drab ginghams. They stopped to tied to the hitching posts before tI made of sawed-off logs made then They found their tongues again, [ But it didn't take much discussion J what any boy would do who hadn' three months. They took off their But it wasn't until they were dri their tongues really loosened up- "This is a funny river," said Pe:
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