Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live more than an hour's drive from town? What is life like in Wyoming where the growing season is only a few short months long, but you have amazing views at high elevation in the mountains? This week, Wyoming rancher, Kacy Atkins joins me to … Continue reading 10 Miles Past Nowhere – Wyoming Rancher | Beef Runner Podcast 034
#BigSkyMove – Cross Country Trip – Part 2
Make sure to catch up on the first half of the #BigSkyMove drive in the previous post. Now, picking up right where I left off… The next two days’ drives would be the longest of the trip. Not necessarily by mileage, but I enjoyed the view along the way. It was cooling off and cloudy … Continue reading #BigSkyMove – Cross Country Trip – Part 2
#BigSkyMove – Cross-Country Road Trip – Part 1
Well, if you haven’t figured it out already, I finally made it to Helena, Montana. I've already spilled the beans on one brief exploration. #BigSkyMove was a success, but I still consider it a continual process as this Southerner learns his lessons in Big Sky Country. Launching point from home in Pleasant Plains, Arkansas The trip … Continue reading #BigSkyMove – Cross-Country Road Trip – Part 1
Lonesome Wyoming Roads – The Road Goes On Forever
The Road Goes On Forever and the party never ends... Robert Earl Keen This sight gets me excited. Such a lonesome and open road has such a story to tell. There are many changes in terrain, many antelope to watch, and even a few ranchers driving a herd of cattle down the road to new pasture. … Continue reading Lonesome Wyoming Roads – The Road Goes On Forever
Happy 4th of July!
Happy Independence Day! I hope ya'll are enjoying the day and celebrating with friends around the grill. If you're in a drought area please be considerate of your neighbor's dry fields and crops. A little respect goes a long way. Don't start a fire. If you ever meet me in real life, you'll more than … Continue reading Happy 4th of July!
Bright opportunity for the millennial generation
I recently had the opportunity to write a Feature for Progressive Cattlemen Magazine as a part of their series featuring the younger generation in Agriculture. Be sure to finish reading the article via the link below and let me know what you think!---My generation is what some call “Millennials.”We are a generation that is reliant … Continue reading Bright opportunity for the millennial generation
Trail Boss’ Cowboy Cookbook
Last night I was pacing the kitchen, digging through the fridge, looking for something to eat. A few weeks ago I bought some flat-iron steaks on sale and stuck them in the freezer for safe keeping. There's a start. I love my beef, but it's nice to do something with it. On the counter I … Continue reading Trail Boss’ Cowboy Cookbook