The Logan brothers spent that night in Middle Fork nosing around but they couldn't find any clues to why the house that the bowling trophies were supposed to be in wasn't there.
Besides that, people looked at them as if they were a little crazy. "That's a pasture out there," an old-timer said to them, looking at them very carefully in the town bar. They waited for him to say something else about the pasture but that was it. The Logan brothers felt a little uncomfortable. They said thank you and tried to find somebody else who could help them.
The old man told the story many times about the three strangers asking if there was a house out there and he said," 'No that's a pasture out there,' and then you know what they said to me? They said thank you for me telling them what they had seen with their very own eyes."
The old man always laughed when he finished telling the story about the three strangers who came into town looking for a house that was a pasture. "Yeah, they thanked me for telling them that," and whomever he'd told the story to would laugh along with him.
"I just don't know what the world's coming to," would be the final period at the end of the story.
The next day the Logan brothers left for Kansas. They had no reason to believe that the bowling trophies were in Kansas but they had to look some place and Kansas was just as good as any other place.