I would not have made a good pioneer woman, I don't think. However, if it's the only life you know I suppose you just live it. Traveling across the miles of endless prairie, how do you suppose people decided when to "stop," and build their homestead? Why this place over another?
I see the patch of trees here, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't there a hundred+ years ago when this other homestead was established. The countryside is hilly, and we're headed to more mountainous terrain, but the early settlers wouldn't have known this.
But their homestead was the end of their rainbow, wasn't it?
Do you live at the end of your rainbow, or are you still on your journey?