And The Cows Came Home

Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, but you can use it. You can’t keep it, but you can spent it. Once you’ve lost it, You can never get it back. ~Harvey MacKay God continues to bless us with a beautiful autumn. As those of you involved in agriculture know, the weather is a huge part of … Continue reading


A Mixed Bag of Activity

The past week was the type of week were you don’t know what you’re doing when you wake up in the morning. Then you find tasks to do and little annoyances to clean up. Before you know it, it’s time to think about supper. We took our beef to be harvested two weeks ago. In preparation for the new meat, I … Continue reading


Leave a Legacy ~ SD WIA 2016

Another successful South Dakota Women in Agriculture Conference is in the books! Living the Legacy You Want to Leave was our theme for the October 6th and 7th event. Attendees were greeted by the autumn colors of the Black Hills as Keystone was our destination. The K bar S Lodge was this years conference venue. An optional pre-conference activity was a ride and lunch on the 1880 Train. … Continue reading


Crazy Woman Canyon

Last week’s blog post was about the trip Amy and I took to the Bighorn National Forest and our hike along Seven Brothers Trail. The pictures on today’s posts are from Crazy Woman Canyon. We drove up the canyon on Saturday September 17th on our way to find the Muddy Guard Cabin. It was a picturesque way for two amateur photographers to start a girls … Continue reading


Bighorn Mountains: A Wyoming Adventure

Last weekend Amy and I went on a girls trip to the Bighorn National Forest. Amy had been to the Bighorns camping and horseback riding as a kid; this was my first trip to these mountains. We got to Buffalo, Wyoming Saturday afternoon and arrived at Muddy Guard Cabin after we drove through Crazy Woman Canyon. Look for canyon pictures on the blog … Continue reading