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Many of you know the joy I derive from discussing economics and markets.  My earliest memory of economics is my first job in the 5th grade which involved mowing our neighbor’s yard.  Mrs. Hanna moved across the street from my family.  I was probably 11 years old.  I knocked on her door, asked if I could mow her lawn for her.  She agreed to let me try.  I mowed her yard, collected the clippings, for a $1.25 a week.  The next year I was given a raise to $1.75.  I was on my way to wealth. Read Full Post

Happy Solstice Day + 1!

Happy Holidays!

Thank you to our clients - We couldn’t be here without you!

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The trip to WY this year had many memorable moments. The memories include catching many trout and missing many trout. I had the privilege of monitoring the progress on the construction of the Wilson Project but, the richest part was seeing friends, and family enjoy WY.  Read Full Post

It is that time of year, counting down the days to my annual visit to the Upper Snake River drainage.

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Refreshed. Last weekend I made a rescheduled trip to WY. It looked the same?

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This year’s weather looks a bit different to me. Indeed, it is hot here on the Southern plains. The Merriam-Webster definition of Dog Days is, “1 : the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usually occurs in the northern hemisphere 2 : a period of stagnation or inactivity.” This year, although hot, it has been different.
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1. A surprising previously unknown fact, especially one that is made known in a dramatic way.

2. The divine or supernatural disclosure to humans of something relating to human existence or the world.

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“There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” - Rumi
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My recent trip to our neighboring state Arkansas, reminded me beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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What a difference a month makes. 

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