This was first posted March 22, 2012. Part two of the Questions and Answers… and I must say… I am *such* a dork! No editing. This is me. My apologies!
Category: Questions and Answers
Q&A 2022 Video
The first Q&A session for 2022 is here!
#TBT: Questions and Answers December Edition, v.2.0
This was first posted December 9, 2010. I miss these Q and A’s! Let’s jump right in… the water’s… uh. Frozen. Oh, well. Laura wrote: Do you ever get attached to the cows and are sorry to see them go? Generally, we don’t get attached to them enough as adults to be sad when they leave….
What Is a Headstall? – video
Here’s a quick video to answer a question from a couple of weeks ago… After I posted a Throwback Thursday post telling about breaking a fancy headstall and ruining my day… many of you wanted to know, “What is a headstall?”
Ranch Q&A Video.
Well, my apologies. Come to find out, YouTube doesn’t just let anyone go “live”. So my Q&A for this morning had to be done on Facebook. It’s now available on YouTube and, HERE!
Q&A December 2020 Video
Another video. Maybe I can post twice a week? One that’s photos and videos accompanied by music… my “Re-Red” videos… and maybe one where I’m talking… I can do Q&A sessions, teach a craft, share my wisdom (insert laughing here!) or just talk… Today’s the first attempt at that. To kick it off, I went…
I’ve had some good questions in my comment section lately, so I thought I’d take the time to answer them. Joan: Your prose is beautiful. You could write a book about your cattle adventures! You’ve probably covered this before, but the partner cows belong to neighbors that share the pasture? Thanks so much! I might…
Questions & Answers: June 2020 Edition
Believe it or not, they’re predicting snow in the western Wyoming mountains and in the high reaches of the Big Horn Mountains tonight. We’d be very happy with Cooler and Just Rain… but Wyoming wants to give us snow! Off to your questions… Pam: Approximately how many acres do you work on your ranch? When…
Questions and Answers March 2020 Edition
Pam: How many hours? (to do the decorated pysanky eggs) Most of my eggs take two to three hours per chicken egg. I have some videos here, just type in “pysanky” in the search bar… or here’s a good one. For Paul and Pat who asked about those old trucks … sorry, haven’t got back…
#TBT: Q&A February 2012, v.2.0
Oh, HAHAHA! I’ll repost this video from February 2012 doing a Question and Answer session. My how eight years gives a bit different perspective on some things…