Brief Biographies of your Hosts

Red aka Mike:  March 1st, 1966 was the greatest day in my parents lives.  From then on it went straight down hill.  I was born and raised in Canton, Ohio.  Graduated from Central Catholic High School as a very average student.  Joined the U.S. Army on July 11th, 1984.  I trained and became a 31M.  I was going to be an MP, but my recruiter failed to mention that I was a bit too short to qualify.  During my second tour to Germany is when I met Stone.  We have remained best of friends ever since.  After two failed marriages, an embarrassingly long series of jobs, and twenty plus years, I took Stone up on his offer for me to move to Montana.  I have a daughter, back in Ohio, who has provided me with a wonderful grandson.  There is another grandchild on the way.  I’m hoping for a girl.  (On May 21st, 2012, my granddaughter was born) I am a disabled Vet.  I have shit for knees and a lovely case of PTSD.  That final piece of the jigsaw puzzle of my life makes living in the country preferable to being around a large number of people.

I’m Stone, without a “d”, and I am just a tad older than Red.  I had a pretty good upbringing in the country, although I didn’t know it at the time.  Between my dad’s Navy career and my many years in the Army, I’ve seen a lot of places around the world and Crippled Creek Micro Farm is exactly where I want to be.

Married a couple times, a few kids, disabled from various incidents in the military which now makes it very difficult to do this work, but we get it done anyway!

There isn’t really much I want to share other than I absolutely love being independent and living off the land, while also taking care of it & sharing this with my brother, Red.

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