With fall & winter weather underway, who doesn't enjoy sitting by the fire with a good book! I used to do that a lot as a kid & my father would become angry because we didn't have a fireplace (rimshot!). Speaki
By the "South", I'm blogging about the Ag producers in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, & Texas. Colorado had 4 inches of rain in the past 10 days. The "Lucky" Linnenbergs will commence seeding in Colorado, as soon as the ground dries out. Ka
Over this past summer, there HAS been the expected need, & now the Chester youth will be collecting food door-to-door tomorrow (Wednesday) night. Don't worry about a thing...if you're not going to be home, simply set your food donation outside your front door & the young folks will pick it up. A spec
I wanted to cook up some popcorn on Saturday & sit back & enjoy the Penn State game (they beat Illinois 53-7 & have now won the past 3 Saturdays!). I've never really been all that good at making popcorn. I either o
Jim Anderson, down at Grizzly Sports & Grizzly Auto usually joins me Monday mornings around 7 o'clock to talk ammo, guns, & outdoor fun. THIS Monday, Jim is where he loves best..."The Great Bob Marshall Wilderness"
I received a report this morning (Thursday) from Tall-Todd, the custom cutting fellow. Todd has been cutting up north in Alberta & he says Alberta province has "pretty much been cut out". There IS some winter wheat being seeded, but the drought is ongoing up there also
As the old song says, "How ARE things in Gloccamorra"...well, there's going to be a poker run tomorrow (Saturday) getting underway at the Gloccamorra in Sweetgrass at 10 in the morning. This looks like more than fun
No doubt about it, fall is definitely in the air & the Dutton St. Williams Catholic Parish is set to put on their fall harvest dinner this weekend. The fixings will be in the oven & the platters on the tables! Sunday is the day & their famous Fall Harvest Dinner will be served from noon until 3 at the Dutton American Legion Hall. This is a
I received a report earlier today (Tuesday) with news from Todd, the custom cutter guy. As I blogged last week, Todd & the crew are up north (Southern Alberta) these days on "The Reserve" (the Blood Indian Reservation)
What did pioneer women, frontier women, & homesteading women have in common? The answer will surprise you & we'll find out the answer this Friday afternoon when Helena author and my good friend, Lenore McKelvey Puhek blows in to the Dutton Public Library. Lenore
Summer fun's not over on our Rocky Mountain Front by any stretch...this Friday evening, the Coalition to Protect the Rocky Mountain Front is having their annual barbecue at the Choteau Country Club & it sounds like a blast! Happy Hour & LIVE music kicks off at 5:30 Friday night to be followed with a dinner & program to boot
I received word this morning (Friday), stating that Travelin' Todd, the custom cutter guy, has moved north of the border to Lethbridge & points west out on what is known as the Blood Indian Reserve. They cut some green field peas & are currently picking up wheat swaths
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