Music really does serve as a soundtrack for my life. Within the first few chords of a familiar tune my mind drifts to certain people and places. But it’s not always about memories. In fact, sometimes words of a song I grew up with paint a picture of a place I’ve never been but I […]
Time is a funny thing. It disappears all too quickly and, yet, in the middle of it, can feel like it will never pass. When you don’t have it, you inevitably need it. When you do, you’re waiting for it to hurry up and go by. I bet most ranchers would agree with me when […]
It’s not Wednesday, and there’s no need to be wordless, but I’m letting these photos from a recent visit to Walter Angus speak for themselves. It was a beautiful day in Hudson, Colorado. Happy Friday, Laura PS – Be sure to keep an eye out for more on this Angus family.
If you’ve ever been in charge of lining up supplies and help for weaning or shipping calves, you know a thing or two about details. Imagine those preparations on a global scale. Dan Chase lives and breathes details. He’s at the helm of a team of 7 of people who work in logistics for SYSCO […]
Farm to Table, literally Josh Moore defies stereotypes the moment he walks into a kitchen in Louisville, Ky., or anywhere else. It’s not the tribal tattoos emerging from the seams of his white coat nor his linebacker stature that give him away. It’s his food. No formal culinary education, “just the school of hard knocks,” […]