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Mostly clouds and a few cows, July 30, 2011

Soapweed

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Nice to see full tanks on a hot summer day

Putting out salt and mineral

Old Glory

Loaded for bear. Be proud, Faster Horses. :wink:

The old crooked post has probably been in the fence longer than I am old.

Pretty clouds

Same bird on the same crooked fence post

The clouds are starting to develop character.

Bird coming to visit its buddy

More clouds

Same bird from a different angle

Cows and clouds

Getting nourishment

Darn good stuff

Raining in the distance

Turmoil in the sky

Lots of fluffy layers

A mushroom effect

Casper the friendly ghost saying, "Wait for me!"

More relaxing bovines at another pond

Meanwhile, back at the ranch

Looking across the hay meadow

Baling hay late in the day

Still pretty just before dark

Looking north

Looking to the northwest

Orange meringue in the southern sky

Old Glory saying goodnight
 

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Glad to see that I'm not the only one that gets sidetracked watching clouds...Pretty cool clouds against the green sandhills..Things look darn good up your way...it's about the same here..mow a little..rain showers...dry a little...bale a little...rain showers..oh well we'll get done someday! :?
 

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Nice pictures. I always enjoy checking to see what you have put up lately. I'm surprised you didn't comment on the eagle coming out of your fluffy layers of clouds. He sure jumped out at me!
 

Soapweed

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aspen said:
Nice pictures. I always enjoy checking to see what you have put up lately. I'm surprised you didn't comment on the eagle coming out of your fluffy layers of clouds. He sure jumped out at me!

I wasn't sure if it was an eagle or a turkey buzzard, so decided to not say anything. :wink:
 

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That cloud hung over our hay meadows for two hours. Sure shut down our haying on a great day. Hailed for an hour and a half and got 2.6 inches of rain. A mile north and a mile south we didn't get any thing. Just where we were haying :mad:

It was so spotty.....how spotty was it......It was so spotty that I left my shotgun out leaning againest the fence....one barrel waqs full of water but the other barrel was fine. :) :eek: :shock: :oops: :roll:
 

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Saddletramp said:
That cloud hung over our hay meadows for two hours. Sure shut down our haying on a great day. Hailed for an hour and a half and got 2.6 inches of rain. A mile north and a mile south we didn't get any thing. Just where we were haying :mad:

It was so spotty.....how spotty was it......It was so spotty that I left my shotgun out leaning againest the fence....one barrel waqs full of water but the other barrel was fine. :) :eek: :shock: :oops: :roll:

That's pretty spotty alright. :) :tiphat: Glad you survived the big storm. It sure looked black off in that direction.
 
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