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When a City Girl Goes Country

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By Annette Bridges

Together is my favorite place to be. I had these words added to a photo for an anniversary gift to my husband. As you can see in the featured photograph, it is a selfie I took looking back at my husband opening the gate when we were moving our cows from one pasture to another one.

If you look closely at my eyes, you can see the love-light shining through my sunglasses.
What does one give to their significant other after more than four decades of marriage? It can be a difficult decision to think of something new and never given before.

Do you ever wonder where the years have gone? Does time feel like it is moving too fast? Do you long for a slower pace with more moments spent with those you love most?

To read more, pick up a copy of the December issue of NTFR Magazine. To subscribe call 940-872-5922.

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Attractions

Dixie House Cafe: Home of the Big Buns

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By Donna Long

If you are hankerin’ for home cooking just like grandma used to make with fresh ingredients, then look no further than Dixie House Cafe with locations in Fort Worth, Saginaw, and Euless. Dixie House, which was originally named Theresa’s Cafe after its owner, opened its first restaurant in 1983.

In the early days, it was just Theresa and one employee that ran the cafe. Between the two of them, they created mouth-watering meals from scratch using tried and true recipes. Dixie House is where the nostalgic vibe of a 60’s diner meets the charm of Southern hospitality and cooking. The portions are substantial, and the flavor is reminiscent of a time when meals were slow-cooked with families gathered in the kitchen and not hurriedly microwaved.

To read more, pick up a copy of the March issue of NTFR Magazine. To subscribe call 940-872-5922.

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No Winter Blues in Rodeo

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By Phillip Kitts

With most of America fighting off the winter blues and setting their sights on the warmth of spring, the rodeo world is already heating up. It is often common chatter about how the rodeo world really does not have an off season. In October when the regular season wraps up, it is not even a week before rodeo athletes start running to fall rodeos so they can start building up money toward the next year’s finals. It is true that fall rodeos do not have big payouts, but many athletes take the every dollar counts approach and throw several of them on the calendar.

November and December may be the slowest months of the rodeo year, but believe it or not, there are still plenty of places rodeo athletes can go and earn a small check. Traditionally the number of rodeos in the winter months is lower, but the few events that do happen tend to have big payouts. Pretty much every rodeo fan knows all about places like Denver, Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Rapid City. These are all big scale events with huge payouts.

To read more, pick up a copy of the March issue of NTFR Magazine. To subscribe call 940-872-5922.

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Farm & Ranch

Ag Elsewhere: Montana

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By Lindsey Monk

Calving season is in full swing, which means branding is next!

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