RANCH & BORDER

Ranch life. Seasoned with Cowboy Poetry

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March 19, 2020

Though our costs and income levels may be different, there are striking similarities between Antonio’s situation and ours. Whether in Texas, Montana, or British Columbia, we all face hard times, and with the current upheaval in the world, the days ahead may be especial...

February 14, 2020

On the other side of a dirt track in the hill country of Guanajuato, Antonio, a local rancher is helping to build a stone wall. He also manages the house where we stay, so I’ve got to know him quite well. He speaks no English, and my Spanish is a work in progress, but...

January 31, 2020

Mexico! The country awakens a score of emotions. For those who live at least a few hundred miles from America’s southern border, the country is all about relaxation, a good time, a mellow sun, spectacular water, and food second to none. Unfortunately, my favorite place...

January 15, 2020

It’s been said that writers should only write about what they know. Good advice. When I head to the corrals or out along a fence line, it’s part of my day. My ranch experiences, if not always profitable have been at least rewarding as a lifestyle. Likewise, with the r...

March 1, 2014

La Crucecita in the deep south of Mexico is a wonderful place to holiday–if you’re in the pool. It isn’t quite as good if you’re staring at a computer screen for most of the day. Okay, I know. Any of you in the Canadian north this winter will have no sympathy. Here, th...

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