A man has made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows full well he will never sit.

— D. Elton Trueblood

Photos of our Trip to West Virginia

The West Virginia University Extension puts on a series of “Dinner Meetings” through the winter where they invite a speaker to come speak four evenings for four years. This will reach every county in West Virginia with this certain topic.

We were invited to speak on Stockmanship and spoke at the first four meetings this February in Monroe County, Greenbrier County, Fayette/Nicolas County, and Jackson County.


Our first stop was Union in Monroe County


The second night was Ronceverte in Greenbrier County


Here’s some beautiful scenery in Nicholas County


Brian Sparks, Fayette/Nicholas County Agent, with Richard standing near the dam of Summersville Lake


The group in Oak Hill, Fayette County the third night


The country in Jackson County was a lot like here in SW Missouri


Richard spoke the final night at Cottageville in Jackson County.


Here’s a map of our speaking locations and dates.

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