By Louis L'Amour
In this excerpt from Louis L’Amour’s Kilkenny, a drifter’s pursuit of a quiet life finds him the perfect piece of land and a few obstacles along the way.
By Caleb Regan
For Caleb, farm ponds have remained a focal point of childhood memories, family outings, and first-time writing assignments.
A skilled cowhand makes a name for himself on the Plains in this excerpt from Louis L’Amour’s “Catlow.”
Enroll your child in a hands-on farm experience at Heritage Creek Farm Camp.
Learn the basic principles of grape growing at Monticello’s spring viticulture class.
Caleb looks back on time spent hunting morel mushrooms with family, and looks forward to future hauls.
Homesteading can be enticing at first glance, and while it does prove to be an idyllic existence for those so inclined to that lifestyle, the road there is not an easy one.
As the new year rolls around, we are making new homestead plans and adjusting old ones.
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