Trapping Season is Off and Running

With trapping season upon us, it's time to live history. Cold air instantly saturates me as I step out of my pickup. Breath invisible just moments ago inside the warmth of my disheveled cab, now hovers suspended in crystals with each exhale. A fine sheen of ice covers the prairie grass set aglow by the barely … Continue reading Trapping Season is Off and Running


Lessons From the First Thanksgiving

The real story of the first Thanksgiving can teach us many things about what how much we have to be thankful for. Today is Thanksgiving day here in America and what a great day it is. Contrary to most holidays, Thanksgiving is a relatively simple holiday. No gifts are exchanged, no cards distributed, no fancy … Continue reading Lessons From the First Thanksgiving