Tag: travel

My First Trip to New Orleans

Even though I grew up in Eastern Arkansas, I had never made a trip to New Orleans, or even Louisiana for that matter. This month that changed with an opportunity to visit the Big Easy for the AgVocacy Forum hosted by Bayer. The city is big, loud and has an active nightlife with unique personality…. […]

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Visiting San Antonio, the Alamo, and a busy Cattle Industry Convention

In my last blog post, I started a conversation about this month’s trip to San Antonio, but got side tracked with other issues surrounding life now and clouding my vision. So today, we look at the fun about the travel. Despite having lived in the Lone Star state, I had never made the trip to […]

8 days in France – A new cultural, food, wine and travel experience

Last week, I had a great opportunity to make my first trip overseas and (with the exception of occasional wi-fi) unplug from the world of communication and social media. I took an entire week of vacation (completely new concept to me) for a trip to France to attend the 2014 Alltech Global Beef and Dairy […]

Milken Global Conference | Not my Normal Experience (Part 1)

In recent years I’ve had the opportunity to attend several great conferences within the agriculture community. These travels have taken me from coast to coast and I have met many great farmers and ranchers across the country. Attending conferences is usually a highlight of seeing old friends, meeting new ones, and being exposed to new […]

Travel Montana: Helena to Havre on the Missouri River

I’ve done a poor job of keeping up with my travels in the past few months. So over the next few weeks, I’ll be catching up a bit. I’ve already written about my drive over Flesher Pass and a fun trip to Sun Valley, Idaho. In November, just before Thanksgiving, I had the opportunity to […]

Idaho Cattle Convention – Sun Valley, Idaho

I  can’t believe I’ve let a month go by and haven’t updated the blog on my travels in and around Montana. (So I better catch up!) Work has definitely kept me busy and on the go. But I guess that is a good thing! In early November, I had the great opportunity to travel to […]

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