Have you ever been lost in the woods while hunting? Have you been a farmer going through a severe drought, like we had in 2012 or 1964, financially distressed enough to walk down the road kicking stones and wondering if you could ever provide for your family. Or sick enough to wonder if you might live or die? If you have, you realize that when things are really tough, your priorities change a lot.
So far in life, I have never been lost in the woods. In 2012, I had the opportunity to work with some very dedicated people to help bring some hay that was donated by our western friends into our area during the drought.
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