#TBT: Cardboard Treasures

As Johnny continues to clean and organize his basement, more cardboard boxes full of “treasure” have appeared. For instance, right now we have a box full of letters and cancelled checks and other papers from 1933-1949. The letter tells of … Continue reading

Tater Bug

Well, I’ve spent most of the day looking for a photo I should have a copy of… and looking for it in a book… and on the internet. I give up because I know many of you will just email … Continue reading

Book Discussion

I held my book discussion on The First White Woman In The Big Horn Basin by Paul Frison. This local history book is fascinating in so many ways! For those of you really interested, the Washakie Museum in Worland has … Continue reading

#TBT : Hidden

I don’t know if I’ve told this story before or not… after blogging for ten years, you forget things!  But since it’s on my side of the family… I doubt that I did. This is a photo of my grandfather, … Continue reading

#TBT : Romantic Ride Along

This couple are having a romantic ride along.  Can anyone guess what piece of equipment they’re using?  Taken in the field between Daniel and Johnny’s houses. … Continue reading