Awhile back, the Marians of the Immaculate Conception in Stockbridge Massachusetts got ahold of me and asked about sending a film crew our way. They have been producing a 1/2 hour segment on EWTN called Living Divine Mercy, where they highlight inspirational stories. I told them my truck door is always open to anyone who wants to ride along.
Mike Jensen and his assistant Michael arrived on Thursday and rode around all weekend. It was fun. If we were going to film in Wyoming in November, I prayed for two things: snow and sunshine. Thank you Lord.
After a brief visit to the office life at St. Matthews, I showed them how a Catholic Cowboy priest cuts meat.
Once we were done filming around Gillette we blew over to Worland. Going through Tensleep Canyon they got White Horse fixed up with some Go-Pro action.
Once back home they interviewed Mom and Dad. These boys take their job seriously.
Then it was my turn. I thought the shop, with a load of hay, Grandpa's old saddle with my rifle strapped on, as well my welder near by, was a fitting setting for an interview with Fr. Bryce.
We pretty well covered the gamut.
Of course we had to highlight Chief.
And Devil's Tower.
I enjoyed these boys coming out. They were professional and I always appreciate people striving to provide the best service they can in their field of expertise. Keep up the Good work brothers. ADMG