I bought a Flip camera, folks. I bought it in Missoula (home of the “other” school) when I was on my epic northwestern Montana road trip a couple weeks ago. I was wearing a Montana State University Bobcat jacket when I bought it. But I digress. I’m still learning about my new camera, but I wanted to share this clip with you to illustrate the awesomeness of the wind in the Madison Valley where my family ranch is located.
Patriotism is found all over America. For example, it’s found in our corral, in the form of our American flag on the east board fence. Which is attached to the pole with super-industrial-strength chain. You might see why in my film-making debut. The tractor you hear in the background is Mom feeding cows. Don’t worry, the wind isn’t quite that loud!
I’ll keep working on it – stay tuned for more video, and I’ll also post about my week in Bozeman for the Montana Nutrition Conference and the Extension ag agent update.
Yours in travel,
The Asphalt Cowgirl
“Now our windshield’s a painting that hangs in our room, It changes each mile like the radio tune” —Rodeo Moon, Chris Ledoux