Sarah Jane Humke

The life of a traveling, reading, writing, spining and knitting shepherdess.

We are down the road from Kadoka by the time the clock read six am.  The sheep had their water removed (it would spill all over) and another half-bale of hay given to them.  South Dakota went by very quickly thanks in part to their eighty mph speed limit on the interstates.  We crossed the …

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I’m writing this from my bother’s house surrounded by gun parts, military uniforms and other manly paraphernalia with Top Gun on the t.v.  It is a seriously far cry from Badlands National Park in South Dakota. If the Western part of the US has a desperate sort of beauty the Badlands are screaming bloody murder.  …

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In no particular order: 1.)    I’ve learned that the past decade plus of being mostly alone has not prepared me well for a cross-country trip with my parents. 2.)    Canada is big.  I mean, really big.  Folks from the US have no appreciation of just how big our neighbor to the North (or the West …

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