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Scalloped Corn, Thanksgiving, and Drastic, Scary Changes.

Our first night back at the ranch, neither Jeremiah nor I got very much sleep.  The house noises were all wrong; the room was chilly; our house critters were (and still are) staying with my dad at our old place.  751 more words

A New Home

We’re finally here at our ranch. We moved in on Sunday. My parents came up to help watch the kids and pack up boxes. They were a tremendous help. 211 more words

House Building

Busy as a Bee, but not as productive.

This week, I have been a little bit swamped at work.  I am in the middle of a big project just now, with another one coming down the pipeline.  370 more words

One Nutty Day

So on Tuesday evening, we were down the road visiting with a neighbor, and heard some strange noises out towards the highway. Later on, we found out that a gentleman named Planter (not kidding) found a semi flipped on the side of the road, and a whole load of peanuts spilled everywhere. 100 more words

My Wish

Spring of 2007, I graduated from University with my Bachelor’s Degree in English Communications at the ripe old age of 20.  I remember driving home from school, my cute, purple Sebring Convertible loaded down as full as I could fit it with all of the important things that I pulled out of my dorm room.  664 more words

Monday Horsemanship Tradition With Franklin Levinson

The Story of Pete

By Franklin Levinson

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Text and photos from Franklin’s archives.

When I first was invited to Colorado to work on a ranch I kept hearing the other cowboys talk about an “outlaw” horse that was there.  1,520 more words