Loretta Sorensen writes from her home in southeast South Dakota at Yankton. She and her husband have long enjoyed their Belgian draft teams and the vintage equipment they use to plant oats and corn each year. It was a love for the horses and the history they helped keep alive that led Loretta to begin writing.
A South Dakota native, Loretta truly fits the old adage that “you can take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the girl.” The rural life and lifestyle mesh well with Loretta’s personal interests and passions.
Loretta’s blog topics center around experiences she has gained over the years with bread making, gardening, canning, quilt making and playing the fiddle. Her writing and photographs reflect her personal understanding of the benefits of grinding whole grains, creating unique quilt patterns and designs and much more.
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