“I would not exchange my home on the range,
For all of the cities so bright.”
Dr. Brewster Higley wrote “Home on the Range,” in Kansas in 1873. He originally wrote it as a poem that was later turned into the song we all know. I think Dr. Higley would be right at home at The Holler and find that many things haven’t changed too much out here. We aim to keep it that way!