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Thread: Little House on the Prairie

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    Little House on the Prairie

    I love this show!! It's on the Hallmark channel. I record it and watch it daily. I don't know why I like it so much. I remember when it was on in the 70's and watched it then. I know in reality it was a harsh lifestyle back then, but I enjoy the goodness and simplicity.

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    That is one of my all time favorite shows! It is SO good! I watch it whenever I can!

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    We live an hour away from their museum and Laura's home - in Mansfield, MO. My children (now grown) all went there on school field trips - touring the museum and Laura's home (where she wrote all of the books) and eating a sack lunch on the picnic grounds. Pa's fiddle is in the museum!
    Nikki in MO

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    Oh....I LOVE that show. Just makes me laugh..

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    I love that show too! I was in elementary school when the series started and lots of people told me I looked like Laura Ingalls! I had long red hair and freckles too! I also enjoyed the Laura Ingalls Wilder books too; I must have read each of them a half dozen times!
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    Love it also! Probably have watched every episode...at least a dozen times! Great family values, accountability, respect, and a wonderful group of actors, actresses and guest stars!!

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    I always laugh when I seen Harriet Olsen and Nellie! What a combination! Great characters.

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    In an age when a great many shows are built around violence and put downs, the loving Ingles family is a joy. I don't think that is any mystery.

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    i love it too. i have the book collection and have read them several times.
    Nancy in western NY

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    I love that series so much that I purchased the whole 10 video series set and watched it while recovering from my knee replacement. After I finish my Bonanza series, I will be watching Little House On the Prairie while I ride my recumbent bicycle. I also like Mayberry RFD or maybe it's called The Andy Griffin Show.

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