Elizabeth once in the morning for breakfast with Froom spoke about it, but it still was not done. These days, Elizabeth was too busy, as Loudon. Workers moved the cabin sheathed with boards, it set the bench for children and homemade teacher's desk. Back in the hut was a stove and a dining table and a small annexe with a pent roof - bed, so Elizabeth could stay there for the night, if you did not want to go three or four miles to the ranch. Frum was at first opposed, fearing, apparently, Jack Ives and bedlenderov. But as time passed without incident, Elizabeth more and more to stay in school. Loudon, passing by during the day, listening to the hum of voices, or received an unusual pleasure, watching as three or four children, perched on some skakuna- pensioner, sent home. At night, when Elizabeth returned to the ranch, Loudon sometimes went back to where he could see the light in the window.