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Soapweed

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The fifth generation in the Sandhills
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Goodness lakes alive
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Like mother, like daughter
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Four cow pile-up
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Sure hope I got the right baby
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South wind
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The old Ladegard homestead
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Still water doesn't always run deep
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Unsaddling at the end of the day
 

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As always nice pictures Soapweed,love the one"Sure hope I got the right baby"!
 

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Faster horses said:
Thanks Soapweed. Those pictures were...gosh...what can I say...
some were spiritual even.

What is the nice sorrell horse Brock is riding?

He is a registered Quarter Horse I bought two years from Butch Fanning, at Vetal, South Dakota. I was up that way looking at Angus bulls, and just stopped by Butch's place. He and I have been known to trade horses in the past, so I had to stop and see what he had. This big tall sorrel was in the corral, and I asked him his price. We negotiated and I got the horse. When Brock sold his "Red Eye" Appaloosa horse to Katrina, he took over this sorrel six-year-old, which he calls "Sundance" (a round-about tribute to Butch, the previous owner). :wink:
 

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Good job, as usual Soap.

I bet you just were so happy you couldn't stand it when you saw the "four cow pile up".lol

Reminds me of a time many years ago that my uncle told me about. He was the resident sheep man, and he had sorted off a bunch of sheep that were early lambers. One night it was real cold, so he put them in the barn as he was going to a dance that night. He checked on them in the middle of the night when he got home and he said there was about 15 new lambs and 8-9 ewes that had lambed all in a pile. He said it took him till about daylight to sort it all out, but he never bummed a lamb. God, I bet he just loved that. :wink:
 

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Actually, every cow in the four cow pile-up came up with a calf they call their own. Guess as long as each red cow has a red calf following them, it doesn't really matter if the DNA matches. :wink:
 

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