Montana Rancher Gets Crafty With Homemade Christmas Cards
We had a story this morning on how much people are going to spend for Christmas.
I was always a believer that it's about quality and not quantity.
If you have kids that keep score that's a problem to start with, but the majority of people we talked to indicated they were going to cut back.
The one thing I like about the holiday season is sending my card every year.
It's a challenge for me to get everything I want on Shutterfly but my daughters help me with that.
Friday night as I was walking back to the house after seeding it was an amazing sunset. I turned around for just a moment and saw my tractor's silhouette in the sunset and snapped a picture. I don't know if it's going to make the cut since I was too far away for the best photo.
Get our free mobile app
Usually, three pictures make the front of the card and you have to include a picture of the dog somewhere.
See ya tomorrow at 5 a.m.
Vintage Photos Of Montana
It's hard to imagine what Yellowstone National Park would look like in black and white. We are so used to seeing the colors that make it one of America's favorite travel destinations. Jezel Doughert's grandmother passed away and like many of us do, she spent hours going through years and years of history, from old yearbooks to news clippings, to pictures. Jezel sent me a piece of history that, if not for her, I wouldn't be able to share with you.