I am typing with one hand today, so read slowly; more on that later. This week I am going back to my old “bullet points” format which means a list of subjects either can't support a column yet or maybe won't ever. I was recently given a copy of the book”An outlaw and a lady” … Continue reading Writing with one hand
Grant remembers the manual transmission.
There's something powerful about shifting gears, whether in a car, truck or tractor. To have the option to how to use the power of the engine that is attached to the transmission you shift feels pretty good. Even the smallest car engines produce around 100 horsepower, compare this to the majestic eight-horse team of Budweiser … Continue reading Shifting gears
From Sunday's Rural Reflections Classic Country
Dave's interview from Sunday's Rural Reflection's Classic Country.
It is time now to get you winter legs-maybe even better, now is the time to get your winter brains. A few weeks ago, it was winter-if only for a little bit. Most have probably forgotten the sting but we should remember it, and act on it. Gird your loins, winter is on its' way. … Continue reading The winter brain
This week's Rural Reflections Radio!
Dear Dave, All that snow that was drop-shipped right at beginning of fall is gone. Since that first snowfall, we have seen one over-70 degree day and harvest cranked up again. The little blast of snow was a good wake-up for everyone who either needed a car starter or to pour fuel stabilizer in the … Continue reading Letter to Dave
Before leaving for North Carolina, my sister Deb divested herself of many things-including a bag of pictures for me. I recently took some time to go through this large Ziploc bag of memories. The collection of pictures seemed to be mixed. I suspect some of them are from my mom's archives and some of the … Continue reading In pictures