Posted: April 5, 2012 in ReBlogged

What a great Small Town America story of help, understanding, and team work.

Husker Cowgirl

There is really nothing quite like small town America.  Your list of family includes your close friends and neighbors.  Neighbors help neighbors even though a neighbor is classified as someone who can live 15 or 20 miles away.  We work from sunup to sundown.  We view some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises because we are still working at that time of day.

Spring is a very busy time of year for America’s farmers and ranchers.  Calving.  Branding. Vaccinating and deworming.  Taking cows to summer pasture.  Fixing fence.  Spraying weeds.  Prepping fields for planting.  And the list goes on and on.  But there is something to be said for 22 men to take a day away from the long list that needs done to help a friend in need.

And that’s exactly what happened recently in south central Nebraska.

A friend of ours needed a mile and a half of barbed…

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Comments
  1. Thank yo so much for reblogging this!!! Everyday is a new learning experience for me – so much cool stuff you can do with your blog and others. Thanks again!!!

    • okcableguy says:

      No problem. I love reading something new that is from the heart, those are the ones I love to repost! I noticed a lot of people like to read the ones from the heart. My blog “Occupation Farmer” was my biggest success of all my posts. Couldn’t believe how great it did. Thanks again for sharing, hope to read more!

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