Good Neighbors Blog
From quirky extras that didn’t make it into the magazine to behind the scenes looks into the making of Country – we’ve curated photos and stories we think you’ll enjoy. Won’t you be our neighbor?
“My 2 year old, Ruger, rarely stands still for more than five seconds. But during planting season, he can stand for hours watching his dad, his pops and our neighbors as they work the ground, in hopes that someone will scoop him up for a tractor ride,” says Megan White.
Our Country Friday Funny Photography snapshot for February 28, 2014: Can You See Him Now? by Lonni Hillman of Spokane, Washington. Lonni writes, “This is my grand-horse, Fora, and grand-cat, Skeeter, watching my son, Mitch, come up the driveway after a long day’s work.” According to Lonni, you can expect to see these two watching anxiously for their human poppa every day!
If you have a clever caption for this fun photo, have some Friday Fun and share it. We’d love to hear it!
“Gwennie and Holden, my grandchildren, named these chicks Sunlight, Sunrise and Tigery. Their smiles are like pure golden happiness,” writes Ruth Nellis of Victor, New York.
We love this photo because it gives us hope that spring is just around the corner. OK, maybe not as soon as we would like, but it has to get here eventually!
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We’re pleased to offer our online readers a few of our favorite stories from the current issue. Let us know which ones you enjoy the most!
Cattle Drive to Texas Was Dad’s Greatest Adventure: http://bit.ly/1h0DSxu
Fire House Dog Left a Lasting Impression: http://bit.ly/1cz6cGh
Fox Kits Sighting Signaled Spring: http://bit.ly/MhoGB4
Visiting All 50 States Was a Dream Realized For One Family: http://bit.ly/1jVO3XQ
Buying Time: One Mom’s Ingenious Plan: http://bit.ly/1fGoMd6
Arkansas’ Thermal Springs Welcome With Warmth: http://bit.ly/1eeIf3J