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Just a picture

Just a picture of Turkeys escaping through the heifer pasture after a large breakfast of our sialge. Darn birds lol. Every morning we come out to check animals and find 3 deer and a whole flock of fat Turkeys eating from our silage pile.

Home Sweet Mahon

So, there I was, living at the most remote cow camp in the state of Arizona with my husband and our two small children. The nearest grocery store was 4 ½ hours away, and a propane fridge kept our food cold. 602 more words

Life On The Ranch

On the backs of old horses

Somewhere in time’s own space
There must be some sweet pastured place
Where creeks sing on and tall trees grow
Some paradise where horses go, 755 more words


Simple Southern Solutions

I just saw a BuzzFeed article about “26 Questions Southerners Need To Answer” some of them are admittedly funny, but some are also very strange to me and seem to have simple answers. 682 more words

Mr. Larson’s Wonder Oil—WD-40. Over 2,000 Uses and Counting

My tack room has the normal things one would expect to find within. Tack, of course. Headstalls, reins, saddles, horse equipment, feed, first aid supplies, and grooming items—whatever is needed for riding. 412 more words

Gathering Memories

Yesterday, after months of combing through the archives, I’ve finally compiled and submitted a collection of what I think tells the story of my relationship to memories, family and place for the book I’ve been working on. 511 more words



Happy New Year!!!!

I hope the holidays were kind to you. And that you are staying warm and safe in all of the extreme weather troubling our nation. 897 more words