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Postby sweetbasil » Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:04 am

LRAF wrote:I believe sweetbasil skipped country since we requested a photograph????


Hi Soapweed, Faster Horses, and LRAF,
I don't know where is my camera; it is probably still in a box somewhere in the garage. I think the camera is my worst enemy, LOL but I promised my Mom that she will get some pictures as soon as I finish my class. I have been loaded with school work lately, and don't seem to have anytime for "me". I am currently getting ready to work in a "group" project doing an analysis on injuries caused by trailers based on three determinants: truck weight range, traffic-way, and I need to change the third factor since there is a problem with the data due to confidentiality.

I will post pictures hopefully by mid August.

Regards,
SB
P.S. I really enjoy the pictures that everyone is posting, keep them coming!

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Postby Soapweed » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:43 pm

sweetbasil wrote:
LRAF wrote:I believe sweetbasil skipped country since we requested a photograph????


Hi Soapweed, Faster Horses, and LRAF,
I don't know where is my camera; it is probably still in a box somewhere in the garage. I think the camera is my worst enemy, LOL but I promised my Mom that she will get some pictures as soon as I finish my class. I have been loaded with school work lately, and don't seem to have anytime for "me". I am currently getting ready to work in a "group" project doing an analysis on injuries caused by trailers based on three determinants: truck weight range, traffic-way, and I need to change the third factor since there is a problem with the data due to confidentiality.

I will post pictures hopefully by mid August.

Regards,
SB
P.S. I really enjoy the pictures that everyone is posting, keep them coming!


Mid August has come and gone. :wink:

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Postby gcreekrch » Sun Jul 15, 2012 11:02 pm

Soapweed wrote:
sweetbasil wrote:
LRAF wrote:I believe sweetbasil skipped country since we requested a photograph????


Hi Soapweed, Faster Horses, and LRAF,
I don't know where is my camera; it is probably still in a box somewhere in the garage. I think the camera is my worst enemy, LOL but I promised my Mom that she will get some pictures as soon as I finish my class. I have been loaded with school work lately, and don't seem to have anytime for "me". I am currently getting ready to work in a "group" project doing an analysis on injuries caused by trailers based on three determinants: truck weight range, traffic-way, and I need to change the third factor since there is a problem with the data due to confidentiality.

I will post pictures hopefully by mid August.

Regards,
SB
P.S. I really enjoy the pictures that everyone is posting, keep them coming!


Mid August has come and gone. :wink:


It's almost here again. :wink:
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Postby sweetbasil » Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:54 pm

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Hi Everyone!

Please accept my apologies for taking so long to post a picture of myself. Here I am finally....

I want to thank everyone who has made a difference in my life. Thank you, for allowing me to be part of such a wonderful community!

May this week bring many blessings to each of you.

Regards,
SB

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Postby Big Muddy rancher » Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:57 am

And Blessings to you as well.

Take care of yourself as you start your career, you have you whole life ahead of you so enjoy. :D
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Postby Faster horses » Mon Aug 13, 2012 10:41 am

Ditto to what BMR said.
And don't forget your 'family' here at ranchers.net.
Let us know what happens in your future. You cerainly
look like a lovely, self-assured young woman and I expect you
will do well, very well, in fact!

(darn, I wanted to add a smiley face here, but the emoticons aren't
co-operating.)

:-)
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Postby mytfarms » Mon Aug 13, 2012 11:00 am

Updated pic of an older, woolier MYT. ;)

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Postby Big Muddy rancher » Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:07 pm

Dang it MYT, You go from being a poodle clipper to a sheepman.

Don't know if there is any help for you now. Wink, Wink,(:
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Postby Faster horses » Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:42 pm

Ranchers run sheep for profit and cows for pride.
MYT's momma didn't raise no fools...........:-)
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Postby mytfarms » Mon Aug 13, 2012 1:31 pm

I'll have you know BMR that there little ewe lamb is pretty good. :D FH is right of course. Those stinking sheep have kept me in the money for the last few years since I started them. I'm having fun with these things. Cheap, don't eat much, have twins consistently, and shuck off a little extra cash in the form of wool. I'm working on building a cow with 150 day gestation and the ability to birth and raise twins.
Short grass, short cows, short life. But I'm in tall cotton.

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Postby mytfarms » Mon Aug 13, 2012 1:37 pm

AND you will be proud to know that I finally sent my last surviving "poodle" to the packing house after county fair. Piece of junk is what he was! Dressed 68% and hung up a low Choice carcass with a 17.7 square inch ribeye. Worthless!

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Postby Faster horses » Mon Aug 13, 2012 2:20 pm

WOW! That's some ribeye/carcass. You are to be congratulated!
Whatever you do, don't lose your zest for raising livestock!!
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