Don't leave a door open around here. Some chicken livered critter might creep in.
Pushing pairs over a hill
To give preconditioning vaccinations
To the calves
99-year-young lady giving her story at the writer's get-together, held September 20th at our ranch. Fourteen people were in attendance, and we all had a good time.
And some more
Some folks traveled quite a few miles to attend, and we are glad that they did.
This gentleman had a chilly 60-mile ride home after dark in his open air Jeep.
But he is plenty adventuresome
Trouble times two
Sorting steer calves with their mothers
From cows with heifer calves
It was a pleasant afternoon.
Having a few sunflower seeds for extra energy
Four on the floor. No energy supplements needed here.
Jesse. Good hand horseback or on a Ranger
And all-around great guy.
The pasture has now been gathered.
And we are pushing them to the gate.
Out the gate and headed over the next hill
Pretty sky. It was raining hard to the east, but we didn't get any that day.
Strung out and headed for home
Our fearless leader
Cattle on the move
My sister cowboying in comfort
Traveling through some tall grass where the ground was too wet to hay earlier this summer
Sorting cows from calves the next day to pre-condition.