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[[image - drawing of two log buildings, with fence and two wagons, and stack of wood or logs outside the larger building]]

Here is a picture of my home. I live in a log house and my home is East from the school. My house has no floor, but the ground is quite level. If we make a hole in the ground with the heels of our shoes, Or if we sit in a chair and rock ourselves and make a deep hole in the ground, my mother or my father will bring some dirt and put it in the hole and put hot water over it and put an old thick cloth over it and stamp on it until it is all level again.

Zetta Whirl Wind Horse.
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