Opening Narration: Walton's Mountain had been in our family for generations, a silent witness to all the bright and wonderful days I knew as a boy. If mountains remember events, then surely it must treasure as I do the memory of that day during the Depression when my sister Mary Ellen got into a fight after school... and the events that followed.
Closing Narration: When we were living through them we called them bad times and thought that we were poor. Only after we had all grown up were we to realize what good times they had been and how very rich we were. Often, in memory, I return to that house and to the echoes of those voices.
The German episode title is "Der große Familientag", meaning "Large Family Day".