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  • 7 Best Things about Fall in the Country

    I'd take living in the country over living in the city any time of year, but fall is definitely my favorite season. Here in Northwest Montana, lush greens of summer start turning into blazing golds and reds of fall in late September, and they only get better as the time goes on... that is, unless we get an early snow. Fall foliage and nature scenes are just one of many things I love about fall. Read on to find out what all makes fall in the country so special.
  • Why Your Family History Matters

    Did you know that October was the Family History Month? That's right! Since 2001, this month has been celebrated as the one to learn and appreciate your family history. So, what's it have to do with a blog dedicated to all things American West? Read on to find out.
  • Separate, Different, Holy?

    What do you usually think of when someone says, "holy?" A holier-than-thou attitude? St. Francis of Assisi? A goodie-two-shoes? As a matter of fact, "holy" simply means different or separate. Separate from the backstabbing ways of the world... different than the hateful, jeering and mocking attitudes of the day... separate from cheaters, criminals, and evil-doers... different than pretenders, deceivers, and impostors.
  • 5 Books for a Faith Filled Cowgirl

    With the fall and winter on the horizon, it's time to start planning activities for those snowy, cold days when all you want to do is curl up by the fire. What better way to spend the time indoors than reading, especially if reading is helping your faith walk? So, here are five books a faith filled cowgirl might find useful to chase away the winter blues, while at the same time learning how to live out her faith.
  • Behind The Scenes: Designing For A Rodeo Queen

    If you're too old to become a rodeo queen, design jewelry for one! That was my thinking when I approached Kayla, the reigning Miss Rodeo Montana 2019.

    Kayla is the first Kalispell rodeo queen in a lot of years, more than anyone cares to count. So, the whole community rallied around her to support her quest in the Miss Rodeo USA pageant. There were fundraising galas, big company donations and sponsorships, but what could a small, independent jewelry designer do to help support the local rodeo queen?

  • It's A Season To Be Thankful

    During this season, when we count our blessings and (hopefully) are thankful for each and every one of them, we at Buckaroo Bling want to extend some small blessings to you, but also help you be a blessing to others. Wonder how? Read on!