- Feb 11, 2005
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- northern Nebraska Sandhills
Grasshoppers in abundance
They are thick
Give them enough rope and maybe they will hang themselves.
We got this dinner bell for a wedding present in 1979. It has worked very well for calling cowboys and critters to dinner ever since.
It even seems to attract grasshoppers.
Oh deer, they are everywheer.
A horse weed makes grasshopper feed.
Skinny Mini and her baby found a bit of green grass.
At least there is still a little water in the area.
The duck ponds are drying up.
Ducks in shallow water
Tail swatting a fly, and a dragonfly in the sky
Still a tinge of green
Is this a copper deficiency, or is he just brown? Having known him all his life, I will say he is just naturally brown.
Antelope checking me out
Cool clear water
This little pothole in a far away pasture caused a long cold walk many years ago. It was iced over, but the ice broke as I drove across it.
The nose of the pickup was in clear to the headlights. The Kosmo Kid was only about six years old, and he and I had to walk home five miles,
then go back and pull out the pickup before it froze in for the night. Because I was dumb, the Kosmo Kid had to be tough.
Still water in this pond
Sunflowers and poppies are early this summer.
At least she has all her ducks in a row.
Wire panels to keep cattle out of the tank on a hot day
My other little buddy
Kosmo and his Kid
Wish there was a market for grasshoppers. Maybe this ranch could be profitable.
But I did get my revenge. :wink: