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...

July 30, 2015

In business, politics, or most any of our other struggles to succeed, there’s a common saying that, “it’s not what you know, but who you know that counts”. I’m sure we’ve all been in situations where those words fit.
A couple months ago I spent some time in the big Sou...

August 4, 2014

Ranches need horses—probably always will, in spite of the four wheel drive pickup and the more-than-handy quads. There are just some jobs that can only be handled by a cowboy on a horse, whether it’s combing rough bush country or roping and doctoring cattle that are mi...

May 24, 2014

In cattle country, the next-year syndrome has always driven cow folk optimism—a counter to their too frequent dismal bank balances. When the price of fuel skyrockets, they cobble together the old pickup. Fertilizer prices double? The new baler is put on hold. For some,...

April 23, 2014

The big news is that the third book in The Border Series is now available on your favorite ebook reader. “Without Redemption” takes Lonnie, Clarissa, and little Conor on a well-deserved holiday. A little sun and sand? It doesn’t get any better. But where they send Lonn...

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