Stories, Country Blogs, Memories of a World Long Past By
When my library burns there will be few left that remember the hardships of the prairie that gave you the life you enjoy today.
Seventy years ago, in the United States 1/8 people worked in agriculture.
Today that number is 1/344.
Soon the knowledge of how to organize and operate a balanced farm and ranch will be lost to history.
These blogs will not help you learn how to keep the snakes out of the chicken house.
I’m not here to explain why the hogs are fenced in with the milk cows.
It is not my job to show you how to rebuild the yoke, you broke trying to pull a stump.
I say that now, but someday I might pen that book.
For now, I’m going to have fun with this blog and make a few people laugh.
My sweetie brought home a 25-pound turkey and proclaimed, that was what I was cooking it when the kids and grand kids visited during the new year holidays. Without thinking, (I’m a guy, like a moth to a flame, when will I ever learn.) I inquired about the ham, that I was expecting to cook.