Author: Eileen

An Evergreen Tree

By Evangeline DeVeir An Evergreen Tree We brought into our house one night    an evergreen tree-my husband’s delight. I cast my eyes upon it and thought    “Oh well, it will do as well as naught.” We carried the boxes, attached the lights    hung the tinsel and ornaments bright Then placed a star of white on high    last the icicles, and stood back with a sigh. I gazed in amazement for before me stood     not an evergreen tree-a piece of wood But a glistening majestic thing     that took my heart and made...

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The “Goat Doctor”

From Chico, CA to Kathmandu & Mountain Regions of Nepal By Eileen Majors For the Love of Goats For Daniel, raising goats is serious business. It all began with the birth of his child, a son who was lactose intolerant. After reading up on the soy based formula recommended to them, he began searching for a better alternative. He found that goat milk was being used as a healthy and delicious alternative. He also learned how important utilizing proper care practices is in goat farming, to result in producing healthy, good-tasting milk. There is definitely a science to it, one...

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Dirt- Ranger 1000 Polaris 2018 Model

By Eileen Majors We stopped by Glende Polaris in Chico to see what they might recommend to our readers for ATV family fun this holiday season. She told us that families really enjoy the fun and workability of the Polaris Ranger. When it comes to work and play, Shaylee at Glende Polaris quickly recommended the all-new 2018 Ranger XP 1000. This new, more rugged, more refined model features over one hundred owner-inspired improvements. Setting a new standard for what a utility side-by-side can do, its modern design takes you to the next level when it comes to in-cab comfort....

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Tank- A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Truck!

Okay, so I guess I don’t get out much, but I’ve never seen such a thing as I saw on my way to the truck with my mom. I got so excited at first, I thought it was one of my buddies coming to play. “Whoa, wait a minute,” I thought, “That’s no dog.” But she did look kinda friendly so I ventured out to meet her. Poor thing, had a really funny looking snout and she was awfully low to the ground, I bet she’s terrible at catching the ball. “Hmmm… maybe we should  play,” I thought. I...

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