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Evening windmill run, June 27, 2011 Part Two

Soapweed

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Shadows on the hills

The soapweeds are finally starting to bloom. It's been a late spring.

Doe on the go

Too many of these out and about

Blooming cactus

Don't fall off your horse onto one of these. :?

Cattle grazing on the green

Baldy two-year-old cow

Windmill in duplicate

Hills on display

It will be a long walk if this critter ever decided to quit me. Cell service is a bit iffy.

View of the hills

Sandhills sentinels

Watcher of the water

Sun going down in a blaze of glory
 

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You take some amazing pictures. I'll try to get some of mine up from the 27th also.
 

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Beautiful pictures. Your grass looks outstanding. Especially to someone who put out hay today. We are totally buring up here. Hottest and driest I ever remember it here.
I haven't seen Kosmo on anything but his roan lately. What ever happened to that good looking sorrell he used to ride a lot ??
 

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efb said:
Beautiful pictures. Your grass looks outstanding. Especially to someone who put out hay today. We are totally buring up here. Hottest and driest I ever remember it here.
I haven't seen Kosmo on anything but his roan lately. What ever happened to that good looking sorrell he used to ride a lot ??

Sorry to hear how hot and dry it is down south this summer. We've been in that condition many times through the years, and its no fun. Hope things turn around for you, and that you get some rain soon.

Funny (and coincidental) that you should ask about the Kosmo Kid's Sundance horse. The horse is getting up in years and no one was riding him much anymore, so we took him to a horse sale today. He brought $725, and was the second high selling horse at the auction. The high seller brought $775. The horse market is not very good. We can thank the bleeding hearts for that.
 

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You guys sold Sundance? :cry2: :cry2: :cry2: :cry2:
I wish I'd have known about it. I'd have put him with our horse that's been lame for a long time...they could have fought flies together. :D
I sure always liked that Sundance
horse, didn't realize he was getting up in years.

Well, like my old cowboy buddy used to say, "Nothin's forever." :cry:
 

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