Dad’s birthday is Kansas Day.
It was always easy to remember, even though their births were 49 years apart.
Clarence Edward Buchman continues as our mentor and hero, despite being gone 32 years. Continue reading →
A cowboy chef married a cowgirl school teacher.
They have a working cattle ranch, while entertaining, and spreading Kansas’ Flint Hills story.
In brevity, that’s the Flying W Ranch tale. But, it’s much longer. Continue reading →
This cowboy is an architect.
Well, that could be a stretch of the definition one generally thinks, although he has designed structures and has built homes.
However, Bruce Brock truly is a designer in every sense of delineation. Continue reading →
A new phone and a new computer in four days are just about more than a cowboy can take.
It still bothers our conscience that we’re forced to use both so much to keep our job.
When mobile phones came out, we initially thought how good they would be so we could work all the time while commuting. Yet, we didn’t finally get a “cell phone” until forced to for a new position. Continue reading →
Rodeo is becoming a more important part of Kansas State University.
“We have the new horse facilities at the Equestrian Center on the north edge of campus for the K-State Rodeo Club and Rodeo Team members to keep their horses, which has been a real asset to our program,” insisted Adam Pack, club president and junior in park management from Kansas City. Continue reading →