About: Betty Sayers

Recent Posts by Betty Sayers

A Maker’s Delight – Rye Bread and Aronia Berry Jelly

Bronze and mahogany leaves twist off their stems and flutter down to remind the grass that the season turns, and it too will turn from soft and green to a brittle brown. A brilliant autumn day in October, and I’m inside looking out from my kitchen window thinking about engaging in a bread baking extravaganza. Continue Reading



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


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


Photo Montage – All the Fun in 36 Hours

Where: Harry Strunk Reservoir near Cambridge When: A weekend in July Photographs by Shirley Butz Smiles, paddles, boats, fishing, cooking, exploring, resting, laughing, splashing! 36 Hours at Harry Strunk Lake near Cambridge, Nebraska, a playful landscape for creating fun, stories, and memories that will cultivate peace and hope far into the future. See more at Continue Reading


The Country Store by Angela Davis

On a visit to see her grand daughter in Houston, Texas, Angela Davis, our world traveler, writer and story teller discovered a country/corner store in their neighborhood that sparked memories of her own childhood in New Orleans and shopping at her neighborhood country/corner store. I too remember a Corner Stores in my small town in Continue Reading