Grandpa's sister in law is being forced out of their home by a government project. The Waltons go to their land to help defend the homestead. John-Boy is torn between his ideals and the family loyalty.
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During the conversation with Lucas Avery in the parlor, there is a bright patchwork afghan over the back of Martha Corinne's rocking chair. When everyone stands up to leave, the afghan is gone. See more
[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
When I was growing up on Waltons Mountain, I had a tendency to think of myself and my immediate family as the only Waltons, but that wasn't true, we were part of a great clan. There were other mountains and many other Waltons who lived farther up in the Blue Ridge. They were part of the family whose way had scarcely been touched by the passing of time. We were a family born to share a kinship with the seasons, always gratefully ...
(Oh My Darlin') Clementine
Music by Percy Montrose
Lyrics by H.S. Thompson
Sung by cast See more