A Broken Foot, an Artificial Leg, and a Real Story Before Lendall Hill was born, his father lost his leg in a farming accident. But that didn't stop the elder Hill from working at his saw mill -- or from bringing Lendall along on jobs.
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A Broken Foot, an Artificial Leg, and a Real Story

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A Broken Foot, an Artificial Leg, and a Real Story

A Broken Foot, an Artificial Leg, and a Real Story

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

Lendall Hill recorded this story in West Virginia.

LENDALL HILL: Uncle Lon was laughing so hard tears were rolling by his cheeks, but he'd never did tell the guy that it was an artificial leg.

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