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Last days of June and early July 2016

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Soapweed
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Last days of June and early July 2016

Postby Soapweed » Mon Jul 25, 2016 8:41 pm

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Meanwhile back at the ranch, moving some yearling heifers that had strayed away

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My accomplice

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Jesse

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Boys at play.

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Their dad says they could break an anvil with a feather duster.

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They did.

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At a beautiful outdoor hilltop wedding

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Wagon with the bride coming up the hill

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Some of our gang

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Sunflowers were the theme, and they were very pretty.

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The bride's dad escorting his beautiful daughter

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There were lots of guests, and it was a very nice ceremony.

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Burlap on bales of hay made great benches.

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My girls

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Couple of characters

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Dignified gentleman and a splendid conveyance

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So, would two Haflingers be considered a Flinger?

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Colorful calf

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No flies on his back

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Nice green grass where a fire went through early this spring. Timely rains made all the difference.

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Sparky and his mother

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Sparky and Badger

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They seem to hit it off quite well.

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A blacksmith and a black eye

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Proud to be an American

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Re: Last days of June and early July 2016

Postby Big Muddy rancher » Tue Jul 26, 2016 12:18 am

Another great set of pictures, nice little team!

The boys are sure growing.
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Re: Last days of June and early July 2016

Postby burnt » Tue Jul 26, 2016 6:34 am

Nice pictures Soapweed. Nice to see those grandboys doing well!
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Re: Last days of June and early July 2016

Postby PPRM » Tue Jul 26, 2016 11:06 pm

You are living a good life Soapweed
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