The Cowango Blog

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  • I Grew Up In A Small Town
    by sgraves on July 22, 2023 at 4:47 pm

    I grew up with the sentiment of that song in a very small town, smaller than the one I live in now is or was at the time of my childhood. It’s an insular way of thinking and one with a very dark side. To the folks espousing it, who are, by the way, always white, it sounds prideful and full of […]

  • 2022 CAMPING: Paducah to Cheyenne, Wyoming
    by dlucht on July 22, 2022 at 7:42 pm

    We took a five-week road trip this spring to see the sights of the north and west. Testing out our new teardrop camper and finding that old spirit of adventure! First stop, Kansas City! KC to the Platte River via Red Cloud, Nebraska. On to Cheyenne, Wyoming… … next day.. CAMP LIFE! The post […]

David’s Blog

Life in the Hyphen Connecting Art - Life

  • Staring at the Curb
    by dlucht on October 13, 2023 at 9:25 pm

    Life in the Hyphen - Connecting Art - Life Music, art, and poetry could all be described as telling a story about something that can’t be explained. They are born from some of the our most profound and powerful experiences. And with them come a contradictory realization that they seem both […]

  • A Ponder About Home
    by admin on November 1, 2022 at 2:47 pm

    Life in the Hyphen - Connecting Art - Life Most animals have a sense of home. It’s where they are safe and secure right now. But what dolphin, mountain goat or beetle picks a specific spot to forever call “The Old Home Place” like we do? I suppose prairie dogs live their entire lives close to […]

Stefanie’s Blog

Accidental Truths Exploring the unexpected through watercolor

  • A Dental Exam And A Block Game
    by admin on June 1, 2023 at 3:48 pm

    My next two participants in my women portrait series are both strong women and passionate about their work. They’re both in caring professions but that care involves different species. One works with small animals, our cat and dog family members, while the other is focused on our children, […]

  • Still More Portraits
    by admin on September 6, 2022 at 8:32 pm

    It’s been a year since I started my portrait project, ”You’re So Pretty,” and in that time I’ve completed six portraits, most of them women from our community. They already show the variety of things that women do. And there are a lot more women out there that I’ve yet to call on that I […]