Ramah farmers continue to fight against numerous challenges
July 27, 2017
RAMAH, N.M. (AP) — After church service Sunday in late February, Tucker Simons drove with his wife and their two baby daughters to Ramah Lake, and they were surprised to see water up to the boat ramps. "I got excited," Simons, 33, a teacher at the Pine Hill Schools, said. "This is going to be a good year."
His wife Jade Asher, who is originally from Spokane, Washington, told him she had never seen the lake that full since they got married and teased him, saying, "Oh, it does get water in it."
The family then started planning summer activities, and for the first time in seven years, Simons...