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Soapweed

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This calf seems to misunderstand

That there are two usages to the term "bunk."

Hope he is getting out on the right side of the bunk so he will be in a good mood today.

Bulls using another bunk

At least they are not trying to sleep in this one.

Living high on the hog, and enjoying a Christmas gift certificate to Red Lobster.

Sunflower

And her parents

A long-time friend showing Peach a calendar which has pictures of his polished rock jewelry.

His very nice wife

Cute little cowboy kid at a cafe

At the horse sale

Taken with a flash. I didn't know the camera was set for the flash to go off, so I got caught. The horse was so ugly
that it kind of stood out. I took the photos because the horse reminded me of the cartoon horses I used to draw.
When the flash went off, the auctioneer said, "This horse is so pretty people are taking pictures of him. He won't
make the front cover of any publication, but he might make the back." :wink:

Kosmo Kid taking life easy

Sticking out like a sore thumb

Gathered for goodies

Sore thumb up close

Kosmo Kid showing off his new chickens

Don't ask me why :roll: :? :???:

Because I don't know. :wink:

Other interested Easter spectators

One of the hat racks at church Easter Sunday evening
 

Soapweed

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Faster horses said:
Nice calves!!!!!!


And the rest of the story on the horse sale is...........
how many horses did you buy? :wink:

I needed three baby calves. Rena works at the sale barn so I called her to see if there were any available. She bought me three nice calves for $250 apiece, and I gave her $20 apiece for her order buying skills. When I went to pick up the calves, the horse sale was in progress. As I came in the door, a nice four-year-old Paint green broke gelding came into the ring. My spur of the moment logic thought that if a day old calf was worth $250, a four-year-old gelding with ten or fifteen rides on him sure ought to be worth the $350 that I bid. Yes, I got to take the horse home. :roll: :wink:

A friend passed away last week. In his obituary it was stated, "When it came to horses, he never let common sense get in the way of desire." Somehow, I can identify. :wink: :)
 

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Soapweed said:
Faster horses said:
Nice calves!!!!!!


And the rest of the story on the horse sale is...........
how many horses did you buy? :wink:

I needed three baby calves. Rena works at the sale barn so I called her to see if there were any available. She bought me three nice calves for $250 apiece, and I gave her $20 apiece for her order buying skills. When I went to pick up the calves, the horse sale was in progress. As I came in the door, a nice four-year-old Paint green broke gelding came into the ring. My spur of the moment logic thought that if a day old calf was worth $250, a four-year-old gelding with ten or fifteen rides on him sure ought to be worth the $350 that I bid. Yes, I got to take the horse home. :roll: :wink:

A friend passed away last week. In his obituary it was stated, "When it came to horses, he never let common sense get in the way of desire." Somehow, I can identify. :wink: :)


Not the horse in the picture? :? :lol: :lol:
 

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Big Muddy rancher said:
Soapweed said:
Faster horses said:
Nice calves!!!!!!


And the rest of the story on the horse sale is...........
how many horses did you buy? :wink:

I needed three baby calves. Rena works at the sale barn so I called her to see if there were any available. She bought me three nice calves for $250 apiece, and I gave her $20 apiece for her order buying skills. When I went to pick up the calves, the horse sale was in progress. As I came in the door, a nice four-year-old Paint green broke gelding came into the ring. My spur of the moment logic thought that if a day old calf was worth $250, a four-year-old gelding with ten or fifteen rides on him sure ought to be worth the $350 that I bid. Yes, I got to take the horse home. :roll: :wink:

A friend passed away last week. In his obituary it was stated, "When it came to horses, he never let common sense get in the way of desire." Somehow, I can identify. :wink: :)


Not the horse in the picture? :? :lol: :lol:

Nope. :wink:
 

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Somehow...I see two thumbs that got hit... :lol: That white face sticks out in a sea of black as much as the red coat....Guess the white face does have a little more company.
 

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Waiting on pic of the spur of the moment buy.......

Cute calves.
Chickens are great to get eggs and if all else fails you can have Sunday fried chicken dinner.
 

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Markers calves. Count the reds and BWF and multiply...
As for chickens...The reason cowboys eat eggs is to keep a chicken from entering the world. When we were kids the worst punishment in the world was cleaning chicken coop. The longer you were good, the worse a deal it was when you were bad (or got caught) :lol:
 

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RSL said:
Markers calves. Count the reds and BWF and multiply...
As for chickens...The reason cowboys eat eggs is to keep a chicken from entering the world. When we were kids the worst punishment in the world was cleaning chicken coop. The longer you were good, the worse a deal it was when you were bad (or got caught) :lol:

Never drop your chewing gum when cleaning a chicken coop, because it's pretty hard to spot, and if you find it, it might have a funny taste when you put it back in your mouth. :roll: :wink:

Black Out said:
Soapweed, I thought your uncle taught you better than to buy a paint some comment like "I'd rather walk than ride a paint" :D :D :D

You are right. I should have been a more attentive student when he was trying to impart some wisdom. :wink: Now I know who you are, Black Out. :)
 

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