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Mt. Pleasant 8 September 2015

Traveling east in the predawn hours, we watched one bright planet rise in a kind of orange glow. Venus is incredible. I’ve been watching it come up each morning as I run the last couple of weeks and as we … Continue reading

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Tractor Show 3 September 2015

We love to travel to antique farm shows! It is a walk back in history to see horse-drawn equipment to the earliest tractors pulling ground driven equipment and all of everything that went long with the farm: stationary engines, cream … Continue reading

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A Good Feeling 21 August 2014

I made a list a while back of things that make me feel good: The smell of coffee brewing in the morning, afternoon or evening, horses neighing,┬ástarting my tractor, tractor drives, riding Indian, riding any horse, hugs, kisses and sharing … Continue reading

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Yahtzee 8 June 2014

I’ve been farming in this tractor. When I was working the other day, this antelope decided the edge of the field where I was farming was a good place to rest. He stayed there most of the day. You can … Continue reading

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buffer zone 20 May 2014

Sometimes we need a buffer zone. Waiting for the wheels of justice to arrive and demand restitution for a life devoured by violence makes me realize that the wheels must be square. Sometimes we need a buffer zone. We/I need … Continue reading

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a blast from the past

Camp Creek Threshing show in Waverly, Nebraska provides a great glimpse into life as we knew it a hundred years ago. Their grounds host hundred year old stationary engines that provided power for rural folks before electricity, horse drawn plows … Continue reading

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17 July

Another shot from last weekends dip into antique farming. Heading to the Camp Creek Threshing show in Nebraska where they’ll have horse driven farming demonstrations too. I know Isa Torunn would love it! She’d be right in there wanting to … Continue reading

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