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    Featured Articles from the Winter 2006 Issue

    Out Here Magazine - Winter 2006

    Living Off The Land

    The rustic exterior of Gayl Bousman's workshop belies the fragrant treasures that await inside — soaps, lotions, balms, powders, and oils to soothe the skin and refresh the soul.

    Here, in this "soap house," Gayl and her handful of employees create soaps and skincare products from natural ingredients — milk from her own goats, honey from her own bees, sweetgrass, green tea, essential oils, and flowers grown on her own property.

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    Create A Christmas Grapevine Wreath

    Grapevine wreaths are thrifty and versatile blank canvases for holiday gifts and seasonal home decorating. Starting at just a few dollars, and available in a range of sizes and shapes, grapevine wreaths can be tailored to any interest or décor.

    Know someone who loves a hobby? Start with a heart-shaped wreath available at most any crafts store. Attach a collection of lures for a fisherman, thimbles for a seamstress, or die-cast models for a tractor enthusiast.

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    Fueling Up With Willie Nelson

    When Willie Nelson goes on the road again, he's burning a little less oil, polluting a little less, and pumping up American farmers in the process. And he's hoping drivers across the country will do the same.

    The country music troubadour has begun fueling his tour bus with biodiesel, a blend of standard diesel fuel and ethanol brewed from common crops such as soybeans. Nelson's become such a fan of the fuel, he's launched his own brand and he's trying to get gas stations across the country to offer it as an alternative for truckers and diesel drivers.

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    Return Of The Old-Time Farmcollie

    The Farmcollie, also known as the old farm shepherd, was once the most popular dog in the country. These are the dogs that fiercely protect children, pluck tiny ducklings from dangerous water, and instinctively know what their people want without a word ever being said.

    But Farmcollies became a rarity as Americans moved from rural to urban areas, and as farms and ranches began disappearing. A need for these all-purpose farm dogs all but ceased.

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    Recipes

    Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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    Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
    Pick up a hard copy at your local store and browse here for how to and lifestyle articles, recipes, travel ideas and upcoming events.