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What can I say?  The last few weeks have been rugged to say the least–first, Sadie passed away and then, right on the heels of that, we lost a beloved friend under very tragic circumstances.  Wendy came up from California and the two of us attended the services, which were moving and beautiful.  Since it isn’t my story to tell, I won’t be including details. 

These particular losses run deep, and they will always be with us, but there is the Going On part, and though that’s certainly a challenge, it’s also necessary, of course.

I’m getting back to work

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Please Forgive the Silence

There has been a tragic loss in my circle of friends, and I will be attending memorial services tomorrow.  I hope to be back to writing and to the blog on Thursday morning.

In the meantime, we are mourning, and deeply appreciate prayers and patience.

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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