This little museum was closed on the day we visited, a Monday in early June. We climbed over the small rail fence and walked back to look at the sod house. It was very interesting to see how it was constructed. Inside the sod house, it was furnished with a small amount of furniture just as the early pioneers would have had it arranged. A red barn that housed the museum was closed. Nearby are statues of an Indian on horseback and a buffalo, both made of barbed wire. They were very interesting and pretty.
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