These little things...
Little surprises are nice, the joy of the gesture seems greater when the gesture is something that I can really focus on and slowly absorb. I recently had such an experience. I see Dana Klos on occasion at the local radio station. He’s in a few times a month and talks about the outdoors and … Continue reading Reflecting on wildlife and writing
There are a few possessions in my life that mean a great deal to me. These things have very little monetary value but enjoy a value with me both emotional and nostalgic. Cattle have been in my heart all my life. There are pictures of me when I was only three with cattle- I just … Continue reading These little things
The Single-Armed loader.
I spent two weeks last fall watching the Ken Burn’s documentary, “Country Music.” It was wonderful. One section of the presentation spent a lot of time on one artist, Emmylou Harris. I have always enjoyed her music, but the documentary really made me think about her and consider her music. In 1971, Chris Hillman from … Continue reading Emmylou Harris
I grew up on a farm and still actively farm today. My interests will always be colored by my background, which will explain not only this week’s subject but how narrow is the subject; the single-armed loader tractor. My guess is few have seen a loader tractor with only one arm, it looks like any … Continue reading The single-arm loader