Celebrate longer days and warmer spring evenings. This Rhubarb Margarita is simple to whip up with our lineup of small batch Yes Cocktail mixers and the perfect refreshment for a beautiful evening... Cinco De Mayo, anyone?
I didn’t know anyone when I moved to Big Timber in 2017. I purposefully took a right hand turn in life and welcomed new adventures and a different pace of life. What I really wasn’t looking for were new
It is easy to think of this time of year as the season of utter chaos….fancy meals, a thousand errands, cards, presents, travel, and ho ho ho. The list goes on. No wonder everyone is on edge. Perhaps all the more reason to...
The days are getting shorter in Montana but the afternoons and evenings are still warm enough for an easy pasta dish that can be served at room temperature or chilled. This recipe uses ingredients that we love at Thistle Creek – Bella Cucina’s Mint Pistachio Pesto and Preserved Lemons. This is easy and a keeper.
Even before the pandemic, one in eight people globally was diagnosed with a mental disorder. Take that number and double it with the social isolation of the last few years, difficulty in connecting to counselors and mental health advocates and we have a deepening crisis on our hands Today, we are facing a shortage of funds and experts to help those who are suffering. Too many people struggle in silence, afraid of the stigma of mental health disorders, and a lack of diagnosis and treatment...
I have suffragette blood coursing in my veins…literally. On a table in my bedroom sits a photo of two women – one younger with soft curls, sitting in a wooden wheelbarrow and another, older and stern looking woman, standing behind her.
There is glitz and glamour with the lighting of the Christmas trees in Washington DC and Rockefeller Center in New York. I have seen both in person and for me, while they are spectacular, neither event holds the sheer joy and anticipation of the holiday parade in my town of Big Timber, MT.
In a town of 1600 people, more than 1,000 folks lined our Main Street for a Viking themed parade (our area was settled by proud Norwegians) that included students, businesses, music, and of course horses and dogs. Shops and restaurants were humming and people strolled, shopped and caught up with neighbors. Young and old lingered and talked and wished each other well….those little things we can do to bring the magic to everyday.
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