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By Lindsey Slater
August 12, 2008
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Reporter Lindsey Slater grabs a shovel and pitches in on the banks of the Kaw, joining the children there to make model mud forts as part of Civil War on the Western Frontier days.
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... just a prelude to dishin' the dirt later in life.
I hope none of our drunken transients stumble into one of the large holes in the dark. They could hurt themselves.
When there is a war in the middle east it's always entertaining to pretend we're still living in the simpler 1860's
Bet they learn they don't want to dig ditches when they grow up!Looks like a great day tho.
Kids today!! Next thing you know, they'll be noodling.
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