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May 20, 2011

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Soapweed

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Cattle on new grass
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More green grass than green paint
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Leaves are coming out.
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Cattle on the move
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Branding on Friday
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Not kicking up any dust
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Putting cattle into the corral
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Higher in the air than a Goose
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Branding in progress
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Denim in action
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Sweet Potato loading the wheel
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She does a good job.
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Say hi to your Idaho relatives
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The shadows are growing longer.
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I should be working instead of taking pictures. :wink:
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The fall cows have put on some flesh since the grass greened up.
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They seem to be enjoying life.
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But there are always a couple critters that can't seem to get along. :?
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Good to see no ice on the lake
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The cattle we just branded
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Typical Sandhills scene
 

Soapweed

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MO_cows said:
Love the one of the calf high tailing it thru the puddle. You can still see its "tracks" in the water.

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Here is an edited closer up version. I can't think of a good title though, so you or anyone else is welcome to come up with a caption for the photo.
 

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I think the old homestead there is pretty cool. When I was cowboying for a living I never rode by one that I didn't stop and sit by the front door for a few minutes and wonder about the people that lived there and try to see why they picked just that spot and wonder a little bit about what happened that nobody lives there anymore. some of them were built in some mighty pretty spots with good water and if you closed your eyes and listened you could almost hear some laughter on the wind
 

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