A Plea for Dana

I was recently contacted by a woman in Moses Lake, Washington. Her husband has been diagnosed with terminal multiple myeloma and they will no longer be able to run cattle or their ranch. She is desperately seeking a new home … Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Lonely One Room Schoolhouse

One room schoolhouse from my father-in-law’s childhood sits under the red bluffs… lonely, waiting for children’s laughter just one more time… … Continue reading

Eye on the Sky

As I mow my grass… round and round… back and forth for the three hours it takes me to accomplish this deed… I keep an eye on the sky. This is the view from my front porch looking west… the … Continue reading

A Gift

I’ve been extremely lucky in my life to have some great friends. They’ve all shared a part of my life… Helped me to grow… Helped me when times were tough… Helped my moods, my spirit, my workload! Most are long … Continue reading

It’s 9:30, Do You Know Where Your Cows Are?

I do. We just put a quarter of them in the Double Crossing. That means EARLY in the morning we’ll take them to our mesa pasture with the half we took up the other day. That means I should get … Continue reading