Leah Hennel’s love affair with rural Alberta life began around age nine, when her Calgary parents would send her and her brother to spend part of the summer at the family’s ancestral ranch. There were horses, open fields and—memorably—the time her great aunt Phyllis showed her how to slaughter and pluck her own chicken for supper.
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