“Now our windshield’s a painting that hangs in our room, It changes each mile like the radio tune…” —Rodeo Moon, Chris LeDoux
Next week will also be spent away from Miles City. I will be giving a talk at the Madison Conservation District Grazing Seminar and working with K through 4th graders at Ennis Elementary School about where their food comes from. So, basically, old home week. Stay tuned for more escapades from this asphalt cowgirl.
Tomorrow I’m helping tag and weigh the Custer County 4-H steers and put on a livestock quality assurance workshop for the kids – we’ll see what kind of a rodeo results! Then next week, I’ll be a speaker on the Southeastern Montana Winter Ag Series. I’ll be sure to report on all my travel adventures!
I did a quick search for a map of Montana, to provide a reference to find all these fabulous locations. Except that Helmville and Hall weren’t included …I guess if you’re curious, you’ll have to pull out an atlas, or I might recommend my favorite travel planning resource: Google Maps (http://maps.google.com)!
Instead, here’s a wintry picture to get you in the spirit!
“Still I drive these horses through the rain and snow, This high speed rodeo is all I know, I’m an asphalt cowboy, Born to run underneath the stars” —Asphalt Cowboy, Jason Aldean
Hello and welcome to my blog, “Escapades of an Asphalt Cowgirl”! I’ve been watching a whole lotta ESPN, and they have declared 2011 as “The Year of the Quarterback”. I much prefer the way “The Year of the Asphalt Cowgirl” rolls off one’s tongue, so I hereby christen it as such.
Allow me to introduce myself…my name is Rachel and I travel. Alot. Mostly for my job. Hence the Asphalt Cowgirl nickname. I’ve been told more than once that I should write a book about my travels, so I’m starting a blog. Sometimes I don’t take direction very well…
I work for Montana State University as an Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, and spend quite a bit of time on the road, conducting educational programs about beef cattle for adults and youth. This blog will showcase some of those adventures, or escapades, if you will.
Here in eastern Montana, we rang in the New Year accompanied by temperatures well below zero. I’m posting this picture of cows and green grass at my family’s ranch last August in protest, and as a sad reminder it’ll be awhile before we see that kind of day again.
Stay tuned for new escapades during the new year!
“Now our windshield’s a painting that hangs in our room, It changes each mile like the radio tune…” —Rodeo Moon, Chris Ledoux