Prairies Edge Weekly Blog
It was a beautiful evening on the prairie for the Country Barn Dance. The window of the hay loft and dance floor was open wide to the fields and the stars. We are new fans of the Matt Engels Band as they played and sang the dance favorites. Snacks and beverages were plentiful and the hospitality gracious. As we walked the farm and visited the kiosk we could imagine what it was like over 125 years ago and the time that the people here relied on the man power, horse power, and the earth and it's fruit. There are pictures documenting this time when the cattle and the pigs would gain, and the corn grew well, providing animal feed and corn meal. Nothing was wasted and everything was utilized to the best of their abilities. The primary goals were caring for the families. And, the egg money even provided a college education for four children. Many events take place at this historic farm and ranch. Weekends are open to visitors. Prairie talks take place from time to time. Be sure and fan the FB to know what is happening at Pioneer Bluffs.
Writing this with weekly updates about what is happening at Spring Street and the places I love in the beautiful Flint Hills.