Sunday, July 12, 2015
Where Oliver Found His Place
by Michael Hofferber. Copyright © 2006. All rights reserved.
Oliver Wendell Douglas finds the Haney Place advertised in The Farm Gazette, which he picks up from a news stand while on a business trip to Chicago. Compelled by a deep-rooted urge, he decides to go have a look. To get there, he changes planes twice, takes a bus from the county seat to Pixley, then hops on a train known as "The Cannonball" for the last leg of his journey. When he gets off in the town of Hooterville, he breaks into song:
Green acres is the place to be,
Farm living is the life for me.
Continued at... Where Oliver Found His Place.
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