The furniture in the home today is the same stuff the Commander and his family sat on more than one hundred years ago.
"It is a place to be able to come other than a cemetery where you could have kind of a quiet place and reflect on lost loved ones."
"I know people here in Sidney they don't come but they really should because they're missing out on an awful lot.
It's one of KOTA Territory's few 100% certified organic farms - another place that makes Nebraska's Cheyenne County both interesting an unique.
"Sidney used to be the toughest town on the tracks because there was a lot of gambling, gunfights, hangings and various other things that went on in them days," said Boot Hill Board member Dennis Tuzicka.
Sawyer's mother Coralea thought he was happy and healthy, until she took him in for a routine check up.
What started off as Terri and Dan Wolff's personal garden has grown into one of the biggest tourist attractions in Cheyenne County.