Bannock County Farmers of the Year. John and Karen McNabb reminisce about some of the wonderful things that have happened over the years. Speaker2: Several years ago, we are up here farming in the field that was part of the old homestead and one of the workers found this horseshoe out in the field just laying in the soil. And my relative that was working there, we looked at that and one of us said we could take that to my grandpa and he would know what horse that came from. And so sure enough, I took it to my grandpa, the old dirty horseshoe at the time, and he said, Well, that's our old chub. And I said, Well, now Grandpa. And I says, How do you know that? He explained the way the horseshoe was worn, that it was off old chub. And so this is just kind of an old family memory that we have. And it used to be down at my house, but I brought it up to the barn and and hung it here for a while. So it was an experience to talk to my grandpa about the old horses. And each time when he would talk about his old horses, he would he would get a little choked up. And he had days and all were a team. Chub worked by himself, but days and all were a team, and Big Dan and Little Land were a team and Ford pickup that my dad located years ago, probably in the whole late sixties, it was in Pocatello and it was in really rough shape at the time. And then we fixed it up at that time and it's just been kind of in the family since then and when I was in high school. Yeah. And so that was in the seventies and we've driven it in parades and just have a good time with the family, with. Speaker1: It farming, a wonderful way of life.