The Little House on the Prairie series. Attending Laura Ingalls Wilder Days with Dean Butler

 Hello, I hope you are doing well. I wanted to bring to your attention that there is a news report from PEPIN, Wis. (WEAU).

 Fans of Little House on the Prairie graciously travelled from various parts of the country to have the delightful opportunity of meeting Dean Butler at the esteemed Laura Ingalls Wilder Days in Pepin.

He was very kind. You have a great smile. Julie Detlefsen, a devoted superfan, mentions that the smile remains consistent from the TV show.

Could you please clarify that Butler played the role of Almanzo? James Wilder, a beloved actor on the hit show, expresses his enduring gratitude for the continued support he has received throughout the years.

You know, it has been truly delightful to witness the presence of numerous individuals who have come to partake in the joyous occasion of Laura Ingalls Wilder Days. People from various locations, including those who travel up to four hours, graciously gather to participate in these events. 

Being a part of Little House on the Prairie for all of these years has been an incredible blessing in my life. "There is no doubt about it," says Dean Butler.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Days is a delightful annual event that celebrates the incredible author and the profound impact her beloved Little House books have had.

Sue Fedie, the Outgoing Museum Director, expressed her enthusiasm about inviting a celebrity for the event.

It has required a significant amount of organisation and coordination, but it has turned out exceptionally well for us. We are delighted to have Mr. Butler here. He is an incredibly exceptional gentleman. He puts in a great deal of effort to promote awareness about Laura and Almanzo Wilder. "And we are delighted to have him here," says Fedie.

One fan of the show is taking advantage of this opportunity to introduce her children to the world of Laura Ingalls Wilder.

This is a cherished tradition for our family. We have been visiting for 28 years, and I first came when I was around five or six years old. Now, my daughter is four years old and she is also here with us. "And it is truly enjoyable to continue this tradition and simply celebrate a significant period in our country's history," expresses Detlefsen.

I would like to express my appreciation for the significance of this moment in history and the profound influence of the show.

Michael Landon kindly expressed to all of us that people will continue to watch Little House long after we have all departed. You know, if you don't mind me saying, when I first heard that at the age of 25, I wasn't quite sure if I believed it. 

Now, at the age of 67, I firmly believe that individuals will continue to watch and cherish Little House for generations to come, even after we have passed away. 

Butler expresses that when they take their final breath, they believe the first line of their obituary will mention the Little House on the Prairie, and they will feel a great sense of pride about it.


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