“They worked until the job got done. They hoed the land, planted, cut and picked the produce — and we worked out there with them. We had a great time working with them. There was no fussin’ around and they had good behavior.”
While the baseball fields now occupy the land, the third generation of the Ingalls family still farms on land nearby, with eight acres planted for blueberries, known as Ingalls’ Blueberry Hill, to be ready by August for picking.