In spite of the fact that Sue and Glenda never lived on the Bear Mountain ranch, they do have recollections of it.

"The forest area is overseen by us all," Rickey Carter said. "We are investigating building fire paths and doing wood stand upgrades by particular gathering and new plantings."

"Our soonest recollections of the ranch incorporate seeing slopes and gorges that could possibly look great to others, however that we find as a wellspring of motivation to recall our legacy of individuals who buckled down, utilized what they needed to endure and cherished the land and nature," Sue said. "This homestead has been critical to our family from the time it was the possibly wellspring of endurance for our mom's family when she was growing up … through the buy by our granddad Brownfield, who raised cows there for a long time to enhance his pay … lastly, as this ranch turned into the principle kind of revenue as our daddy logged and raised cows there. He cut logs until he was in heber springs arkansas realtor his mid-80s."

Glenda said the family is "presently in another time with the homestead. Regardless of whether it is developing trees and steers as previously or some other ranch attempt, we trust the youngsters and grandkids of William Chester and Pauline Hearst Brownfield remember they are the relatives of individuals who endeavored to earn enough to pay the bills, who adored the land, nature and their Lord, and who, significantly under critical conditions, figured out how to endure."

Sue and Jim Glover have two girls: Daughter Sandie and her significant other, Sampson Wildmon, have three kids — child Freelin Wildmon, 21; girl Faith Wildmon, 18; and little girl Felicia Wildmon, 17, who has a 6-month-old child, Ryatt Stubblefield. Girl Amanda Callens has one girl, Kiera Jennings, 16.

Glenda and Rickey Carter have two children: Son Bradley lives in Springdale with his better half, Belinda, and kids — girl Bailey, 11, and child Bryce, 7. Child Brent lives in The Woodlands, Texas, with his better half, Amanda, and little girl, Addison, 1.

"Ideally, our youngsters and grandkids will actually want to keep up this homestead in the family and as a farming endeavor for quite a long time to come," Glenda said.

The youngsters and grandkids of Rickey and Glenda Carter are presently important for the historical backdrop of two Arkansas Century Farms — the Hearst/Brownfield Century Farm in Cleburne County on their mom's side of the family and the Harvison/Carter Century Farm in Independence County on their father's side of the family, which was perceived in 2012. Rickey Carter said this ranch has been in the Harvison/Carter bloodline since 1852.

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