HAPPY TRAILS: In 2017, at long last, Caroline Reese ’14 moved to Montana. She was 10 when her mother, a horse-farm owner, took her on a riding trip at the cattle ranch where she would return each summer to work during her teen and college years. She still works there occasionally, but she’s mostly occupied with her flock of Icelandic sheep — which she keeps on her fiancé’s family farm — and her company, Little Creek Lamb, which sells meat, fleece, and pelts from her flock. “The hardest part of ranching is waking up at 2 a.m. in the dead of winter and hearing a chorus of ‘baaaaas’ that tell you the sheep have escaped,” Reese says.
Christina Maida ’14