It means you’ve been shoveling snow in the cold.”
We had a great time in New England, NorDakota 58647 today! I was there for my big hit rock star show to cap off a weekend of Music in the Park. Sorry I don’t have any pictures, but I can tell you that everyone loved me and that my hit songs “A Loan Again, Naturally” and “To All the Cows I’ve Milked Before” especially rocked the house.
When I have a rock star tour to the Slope area I never know if it’s quicker to go south to U.S. 12 and then go west through Mobridge and then north, or to go north to I-94 and then go west and south. I worked half the night with the road map and I figured out that to get to New England from the Hatzenbuhler farm it’s about nine miles shorter to go down to SouDakota and take U.S. 12, but I didn’t want to spend all that time going through Customs at the SouDakota border so I went north to I-94 after all.
Big thanks to Gordon Rettinger and the Lions Club for bringing me to town and for having such a great event! Friday I head north to Deering, NorDakota!
Hi, Farmboy Fans!
It has been a quiet spring on the farm. No rock concerts for a while; we had other plans to make! Got busy with some big family news (I’ll talk about that in another blob), and I was off the tour circuit for a while – but I’m back now, and everyone in Strasburg is cheering, because I’ll be going to other towns for concerts!
I kick things off in Stanley on Fathers Day, and then it’s off to Jamestown, Deering, New England, SouDakota, and the Morton County Fair, right underneath Salem Sue! This will be my first concerts in Deering AND in New England! They never knew what they were missing — but after my concerts they will!
Get ready, Butte, for March Mylo Madness!
She even took over my room in the dairy barn where we have the cream separator, and that’s why I haven’t been writing much. The separator room is pretty small, but there’s room for a desk, and that’s where I did my writing — and kept the stats on the cows, gallons, flow speed, teat percentage, and RPMs (Regulation Pails per Month). I had to move my whole office to the root cellar — that took some time! There’s no electricity in the root cellar either, and with our budget being a little tight I had to wait for Christmas to get the presents I asked for: 450 feet of extension cords to run electricity from the two-car crotch to the root cellar. I have to make my church socks stretch another year.
Even with electricity in the root cellar it’s still cold down there, and the time I started the computer to do my writing the computer keyboard was so cold half the letter keys were frozen stiff. I bring the keyboard into the house now, and to get it warm I put it under the covers when we go to bed. The first time I did that it took me three days to get Emma settled down again.
Next week I start up my new rock star tour — the 2019 International World Tour of North and South Dakota! I’ll have concerts all over both Dakotas (kin that order) and in Minnesota too, and who knows where else! People are calling every day to find out when I can come to their towns.
2019 is looking great for the Strasburg Superstar, and I’m talking to my recording studio engineer (the high school FFA advisor — he can do everything!) and making plans for the next Mylo Hatzenbuhler rock star album! Stay tuned!!
I had a BIG show in Minot, NorDakota this week! Trinity Health up there puts on a Seniors Fair, and I was a smash! Those seniors are great, and the luff me! Hundreds of fans were chanting my name: Mylo! Mylo! Mylo!
Some of them need a little help getting around, you know. The place was really crowded! Looked like Sturgis, except with walkers instead of Harleys.
It was a great time! Not much action in the mosh pit, though.
Tonight (Thursday) I’m in Bismarck for a big convention, and from there I head west for a Friday concert in Terry, Montana, where they make those Terry Cloth towels for drying the dinner plates. Next week I’m back in Bismarck for a concert again! Big doings for your favorite rock star!
I still have some open dates for summer shows. Want to be hero at your town festival, or your family reunion, or that big event? Bring my rock concert to town! Nobody forgets my show!
Emma and I got married on this day, long ago. Tomorrow it will chust seem like yesterday. Emma is wonderful, and I don’t want to be married to anyone else. I don’t want to be a bachelor farmer either. I luff my wife!
We have been married 42 years, Emma and me — 21 for me, and 21 for her.
I was pretty nervous about getting married, but my Papa Reinie calmed me down. “Mylo,” Papa told me, “a man is not complete until he’s married.” Now I know that he was right, because I’m finished.
Emma, you’re the cream of the crop!
Farmboy fans —
I have a big radio interview with Valley Free Radio Sunday evening at 6:30 our time. They will play some of my big hit rock tunes and talk to me about how I got so famous. You should listen! The station is WXOJ, 103.3 FM. It’s a station in Northhampton, Massachusetts! (I guess they have electricity there, too. God bless the REA.) Tune in and listen! Go here for live screaming:
I’ll see you on the radio!
I had a great concert in Bismarck, NorDakota tonight! The Burleigh County Senior Adults Program had its 40th Anniversary today, and they pulled out all the stops and brought me there for a senior citizens rock concert! I brought the house down, like I always do, and they loved me. One lady told me after the concert “I laughed so hard that I had to use my inhaler twice!”