Monthly Archives: March 2013

Fur Trade book reviews

The importance of history to the future.   In the past, I’ve posted several reviews on books and movies about the opening of the western United States. Additionally I have posted articles concerning early American history. This page is meant to be a gate way to that information. 

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Fru Fru Cornbread

                  Corn Bread, food or philosophy ? Once upon a time, in hillbilly land, times were tough. Food had to be packed with nourishment as well as good taste. The people needed simple, inexpensive entrees.  Most importantly the food had to have one main characteristic. It is what […]

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8th Annual Cowboys for Heroes coming April 6

Ride em Cowboy !

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The Iceberg Rose

Iceberg Rose bloom early stage

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Beth Hart rocks the blues.

Beth Hart performs Until recently, I was unaware of Beth Hart. I learned of her via Joe Bonamassa videos. I was impressed enough to add her to an article about Bonamassa. In researching her work I couldn’t help but notice she had collaborated with Jeff Beck as well.

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On Assignment gray skies what to do ?

Snow storms can be good for drama but tough for illustration

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Pioneer’s big walking rigs Bakken Shale, North Dakota

Pioneer E.S. Rig #75 Driller Cody Kloeckl at the controls.

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