Yesterday, it rained pretty hard in the morning for about 15 minutes, and then the sun came out and it warmed into the 90's. The forecast is for temperatures to gradually go down into the upper 70's over the next week, and for there to be little rain. maybe we will finally get back to… Continue reading A return to normal?
We all know people who we say are the "real deal". This would describe Deb and Dewayne Able, owners of Cattleman's in Belmond. You have seen in my blog how their restaurant was destroyed in the tornado. I just read in the Reminder, a local shopper, that in the midst of their tragedy, they donated… Continue reading The Real Deal
It's such a joy to be a Dad! The memories of my three girls growing up will never leave me. They were a challenge, but at the same time brought so much joy to my life. Now I look at them and am amazed at how strong and determined they have become. They all have… Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!
It was a tough evening yesterday as we went in and helped clean up the damage at Cattleman's. The dining room was full of chairs and tables and ceiling tiles and insulation, all like it was thrown in a blender. we cleaned it all out.Who knows how these things work. The Lounge and kitchen were pretty… Continue reading Cleaning up
Last night, two tornadoes crossed Hwy 69 right where Cattleman's Steak and Provisions was. A wonderful supper club had to yield to the raging winds, and the damage was bad. Abilene Machine, a business across the street, is a heap of metal. The house that sat near Cattleman's is gone. Please say a [prayer… Continue reading Twin Tornadoes