Day 31. Neighborhood: Living privately but together

Mr. St. Clair organized a Cole Addition neighborhood field trip to Plains Dairy. Usually, my sister and I had to split a popsicle. On this day, we each got two halves.

By Alan O’Hashi — 40 Days 40 Writes

Growing up in the Cole Addition neighborhood in the suburbs of Cheyenne, and that was because all the kids went to Fairview Elementary School. All of us were within two or three years of each other in age.

It was the American Way. Everyone had their private homes, but we lived in a close-knit community. Packs of…

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