Monthly Archives: September 2016

TIME TO STORE SUMMER AWAY by Patty Abrahamson

Prairie sunrise

          A ride in the county in a late afternoon, My Honey beside me relaxed to a tune. A farmer’s tradition we’ve always held dear, We’re checking the crops—Autumn is here.   Stop the car!—turn off that noise–let’s revel in today. Wrapped up in our busy lives we seldom travel this Continue Reading

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The Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron, Nebraska: the Guns, the Knives, and the Eskimo’s Wives

The Museum of the Fur Trade located just outside of Chadron, Nebraska, is a museum I have wanted to visit for many years as many historical aspects of trapping and trappers themselves have been of interest to me for several years—I have odd obsessions. This September, I had the pleasure of visiting Chadron and, consequently, Continue Reading

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A Scenic September Ride on the Peckerneck Trail

Harlan County Reservoir is home to many tracks and trails, but one has been especially developed for horses and hikers alone. Peckerneck Trail Riders are hosting a fund raiser to pay for trail improvements. They invite you to join them. Call Christine Bruce for more information. See their invitation below: The trail begins at Alma Continue Reading

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