Life Without Borders – Season #2

SHOW 1 – RUBBER BOOTS AND OTHER FUN THINGS

Life Without Borders salutes the rubber boot, a fashion essential of life on the prairie. The Hardware Guys ask the rhetorical question, “Who didn’t wear rubber boots?” and, of course, the pundits on Coffee Row express their opinions without reserve.

Joining the regulars on the show, Anne Davies invites us into her kitchen, not to see her rubber boots, but to see some of the nifty gadgets she uses in her kitchen. She’s interesting, she’s pleasant, just wash your hands and she’ll share her kitchen knowledge and maybe her cookies.

We visit Laroy and Mark Norgaard’s farm at calving time where rubber boots are de rigeur, and Lynn Anderson shares his reflections on the rubber boots of his youth.

Life Without Borders, come as you are.

SHOW 2 – MAN’S BEST FRIEND

Working dogs, dogs on the porch, dogs in need of counselling,  Life Without Borders visits them all. Meet Hummer Bartlet’s dog, Bailey, who respectfully watches from a distance as Hummer does all the cattle herding. Meet Jeb, a Manitoba dog who herds anything, even cats.

Dogs, dogs, dogs, they’re everywhere, they’re wonderful, and some are getting by one day at a time. Dick Rathgaber counsels Bentley in the Hot Doggie Topics on Bentley Confidential. The Hardware Guys don’t have dogs but they like them, in fact,  David’s wife wants a Bichon Frise, but is David anti-Frise?

Joining the regulars on the show, Anne Davies invites us into her kitchen, to chop an onion with one of the nifty gadgets she uses. She’s interesting, she’s pleasant, just wash your hands and she’ll share her kitchen knowledge and maybe her cookies.

Lynn Anderson renders a surprising traffic report, and, of course, Willie Yee does the weather.

Life Without Borders, come as you are.

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