What do you do on a ranch in the middle of the Mountain West when you've committed to no electronics and are twenty minutes away from the nearest town? Well, you learn to take care of yourself - and that involves taking care of your own nourishment.
"I'm going to be honest here, I'm no farmer," Glenn told viewers. "My grandfather, he was a farmer, but as a kid I was much more interested in moving to the big city to do radio than cattle or farming so I never really learned. But now, for some reason, as I'm getting older - I actually want to milk a cow. And I wanted Raphe to experience it with me."
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"I don't know if I taught him how to do it exactly right, but what is important is he will always remember this moment. I hope it is something Raphe will tell his grandkids about. There is a freedom that is inherent in doing things for yourself, being self-sufficent, protecting yourself."