My daughter Tammy and her husband, David Hoherz, moved from North Dakota and purchased their new ranch just three miles east of Dayville and are raising black Angus cattle.

David is a real cowboy, and Tammy is a rancher's wife, science teacher and photographer.

As her father, I travel the country in my RV filming and photographing wildlife and landscapes.

Recently I filmed and photographed Dayville's Fourth of July celebration from the ground and the air to help promote the town as I did for the small town I lived in North Dakota.

This 18 minute video/photos can be seen on my website at americaalloveragain.com/oregon-1 and at vimeo.com/346544305.

Since July 13, the video has been viewed over 900 times in 16 different states indicating that the people in and around Dayville have a following.

I have found the townfolk, including those in Grant County, warm and have welcomed my kids into their community with grace and overwhelming friendliness.

On a lighter note I came from Grant County, North Dakota — small world.

I will leave soon but will be back for sure as I can now call Grant County and Dayville, Oregon, my new home.

Gregory Bruce

Dayville

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