Somerset Stallion Memorial LbNA # 27096
|Placed Date||Nov 15 2006|
|Location||Praire Village, KS|
This is a clue that is meant to be ridden along as a casual Sunday driver.
If you want a pretty long walk, by all means do so.
This is written in the boring style of Garrison Keillor.
The great stallion rode from the place where the *Sweet Tomatoes* grow in *Misery* and traveled to Kansas. This was such a brave thing for the noble horse to do.
After fleeing, she decided to go to *Mr. Robin’s neighborhood tanning salon #31* to eat some ice cream.
When she was chilled to the bone, she traveled down to get her hair trimmed at Bobbi's Showcase Grooming Incorporated.
She looked splendid.
Then she went to a school some. At this school, she captivated the hearts, minds, and souls of the little children there.
She was captivated by all the wee little schoolchildren. The Stallion was so influential that they named her the school mascot, and named the school Somerset Elementary (now called Highland Elementary) after the street.
By and by, the Somerset Stallion was placed on little paper medals that were given to students based on how many points the received on Accelerated Reader tests.
After a while, students started to drift away and slowly the attendance dwindled.
The school district decided to close the school.
The Somerset Stallion decided to leave.
She went to go the nearby park where there’s a *body of water in the meadow*. She was so ashamed of herself that she hid in the bushes under the park sign. There she lies in her own barn. There you will find her.
Now the Somerset elementary school has been transformed into Roesland Elementary, since the Roesland elementary is being remodeled. All the students have dispersed into Belinder and Corinth. A former student just wrote this eulogy to Somerset Elementary. For more information about bond projects of SMSD, go to http://www.smsd.org/parents/bond.htm.