We grill outdoors all year long. Maple Leaf Angus, it doesn't matter where we live, we as "beef producers" (we're not strictly cow-calf, we care about the product we PRODUCE) love to eat what we raise, are proud of what we raise, and if we have some garden doins' thrown in, WOW, what a home-made feast!!! I loved reading your description of your meal, as it describes ours every day. We love listening to the birds, watching the bulls (happy as clams) in their pasture across the way, the smell of sage and of alfalfa, and the flowers around the yard. We are so truly blessed...we all take this for granted, (or have in the past), so THANK YOU for reminding us to "smell the roses" again. Maybe I'll come up with a "boring" description of a day on the ranch at our place. Hey, maybe this will catch on to everyone, I know we all love the place we are, I would love to smell the smells, hear the sounds, see in my mind the beauty of each and every ranch represented here on Ranchers.net. Maybe we can learn some "literary" descriptions, but what a chance to share our livestyle with those who have no clue... And DON'T tell me those who don't have a clue will try to take our land away from us to "protect it"
We already protect it, and love it, and it is our home, our roots, our life, our everything.
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I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.'