Robert: So we're off then. [he looks at the transfer papers]
Fraser: Do you mind! This is private.
Robert: I don't know about you but I could use a change of scenery.
Fraser: What possible difference could scenery make in your condition.
Robert: Well I always liked a good view.
Fraser: What? Barren rocks and snow?
Robert: You used to climb those rocks.
Fraser: I still do.
Robert: Well let's choose one then [pulls out a map]
Fraser: Dad, I don't have time for this. I'm in the middle of a case.
Robert: Oh. Lord Nelson. Your mother and I had a cabin. One bedroom with stove and all the coal she could carry and 360 degree view of the strip mines.
Fraser: Sounds attractive.
Robert: Three months and your mother was a raving lunatic. Then we moved on to Nelson Port, Nelson House. The names alone drove her around the bend. We finally ended up in Rat River. Oh I have fond memories of the Rat. Your mother didn't.
Fraser: I can imagine.
Robert: Gotta look ahead son, not back.
Fraser: I haven't left yet.
Robert: You will.
(Source - this is from the unofficial transcripts at Katy's no-frills link page for dueSouth Transcripts.)