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For weeks, I’ve known that murder was on the horizon. My father had purchased a turkey tag and he was going to use it. Toms, jakes, and hens have been frequenting the yard all spring. They hardly stood a chance against a man in his pajamas with a mask and a gun. Jake’s […]
Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey), photo source: Richard Munckton My family and I have been watching Downton Abbey. You know, the exceedingly successful British television series produced for PBS Masterpiece. I finished watching the 3rd season over a week ago and let me tell you, I was hooked. I couldn’t wait to watch it at every opportunity. I […]
Another year has come to an end and we sincerely hope that we have entertained and informed you in 2012. Thank you for visiting RMKK and sharing your lives with us. We are grateful for your feedback and goodwill. May you have a happy, healthy, and prosperous NEW YEAR! ******************************************** It has become a tradition […]
A childhood memory of long ago, Of the jolly ol’ elf, Who says “Ho, ho, ho!” A vision so vivid, It’s still in my mind. Of a Santa so different, Like no other kind. Mom and Dad and Brother and me, Off to Grandmother’s house to see, There we were, dressed to the nines. Everyone […]
Untangling a chain saw chain can be challenging and frustrating if you don’t know what you’re doing. After bucking wood to create some woodpile envy, the saw chain had dulled and needed to be changed. It was my daughters’ and my first time ever having to do that. The dis-assembly went smoothly until it became time […]
It is my father’s 85th birthday and the eve of Thanksgiving; I think it fitting to tell the following tale: Once upon a time, my family and I had a turkey. She was given to us by my dad who is a country boy and believes that everyone, especially children, should have pets. Turkey […]
Adventure on the edge of the wilderness in Montana can take on many forms… I followed my husband into bear country, he didn’t take his GPS, and we got lost. I will follow him anywhere, sometimes against my better judgment. It never does me any good to complain and to be fair, I must add […]