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November 2016

Things that come up in the daily operation of a ranch.
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November 2016

Postby Soapweed » Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:17 pm

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Friends involved with transporting replacement heifer calves to winter quarters

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A little bitty baby moon who wants to be a super moon when it grows up

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Faithful steed ground tied at the gate

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Cattle coming around the lake

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The lake is high this year.

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Cows

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Checking out the Ranger

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The day is waning.

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Cattle going into another pasture

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Cat at rest

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Yearling heifers along Bear Creek

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They seem to be enjoying life.

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Drifting some pairs down along the lake

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Old Glory

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Old Glory the next morning

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Gathering yearling heifers to ultra-sound for pregnancy

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Cute little neighbor kids. They look like twins, but there is nearly a year and a half between them.

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Calling cows closer to home in case it storms. One was predicted, but fortunately it didn't materialize.

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A couple fellers traded hats.

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At the annual Fireman's Smoker. Good supper, good time, and a fundraiser for the local volunteer fire department. We greatly appreciate their efforts.

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Looking down on SB Lake. There is a little skiff of snow that shows up amongst the grass.

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One that avoided the hunters

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He knows I am armed only with a camera.

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He is a handsome dude.

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Exit stage left.

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Re: November 2016

Postby Faster horses » Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:13 pm

Nice, Soapweed. Thanks for posting. That buck is BIG and FAT!

Would you share with us how you get your photos that size? I know Mustang was getting frustrated with the method he was using.
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Re: November 2016

Postby George » Tue Nov 22, 2016 7:02 am

I don't know how soap does it but I go to photobucket and click on the picture I want which enlarges it one time then I click on the copy button ( 4th down on the right ) and then paste that into Ranchers.

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Re: November 2016

Postby Soapweed » Tue Nov 22, 2016 7:40 am

Faster horses wrote:Nice, Soapweed. Thanks for posting. That buck is BIG and FAT!

Would you share with us how you get your photos that size? I know Mustang was getting frustrated with the method he was using.


When I download the pictures from my pocket camera, they go into my computer as "Pictures, this PC." I go through them and the ones I want to post I give a title to on "Rename." Then I bring up Photobuckets, click on "Upload," and put in the pictures that were chosen. After they become uploaded on Photobuckets, I click on the photo which becomes enlarged, then on the right side it says "Share." I click on the bottom selection, which is IMG, then paste it onto Ranchers.net. The whole process is somewhat tedious, but this is the way I've done it for years.

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Re: November 2016

Postby Faster horses » Tue Nov 22, 2016 10:02 am

Thanks. I have been using Photo Image. It's quick and easy but the photos are small and I have no idea how to enlarge them.
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Re: November 2016

Postby Big Muddy rancher » Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:41 am

Either that buck knew you didn't have a rifle or that he knew you are a lousy shot. :wink: :D :lol:
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