This week I am in Denver, Colorado attending meetings related to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Summer Conference. My favorite cowgirl/chef and I arrived Monday night and we will be “city bound” for the rest of the week.
Despite all of those formative years spent growing up in urban Florida, I do not make the best “city girl”. After approximately twenty four hours in a highly populated area, I start dreaming of the wide open spaces in rural America that I have grown to love.
As I spent quality time in my hotel room last night after close to 10 hours of meetings, I found myself looking at my wildflower pictures from our trip to Wyoming. I suppose that a small part of my brain was searching for the peace of the wilderness!
Several of you asked to see my pictures, so I share them with you in an effort to spread just a little bit of that peace…
While the mountains of Wyoming and the prairies of Nebraska are far away from downtown Denver, a group of dedicated cattlemen gathers there to share ideas of sustainability and stewardship.
We work for improvement— striving to be good caretakers of the land, while also proudly raising beef to share with each of you.