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“Glory’s Promise”

Roy stood on the hillside and looked out over the gold-green field of waving blue stem and buffalo grass dotted with the rusty backs of his small herd of Herefords. The spring calves had been few, but there were calves. … Continue reading

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One way.  No return.  No idea how to make a living there, or build shelter, or get food or water, or escape the elements.  Hundreds of thousands volunteer to go. Thousands of years ago we trekked across a now gone … Continue reading

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