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Soapweed

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Eatingcake.jpg

Eating cake
Triooftrees.jpg

Trio of trees
Lookingdowntheline.jpg

Looking down the line
Horsesonholiday.jpg

Horses on holiday
WindmillinSouthPasture.jpg

Windmill in south pasture
Curiousclouds.jpg

Curious clouds
Crunchingcows.jpg

Crunching cows
Cowcafeteria.jpg

Cow cafeteria
Balesintheyardf.jpg

Bales in the yard
Baldiestotheforefront.jpg

All baldies front and center
 
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Soapweed said:
We could use some snow, about six inches of heavy wet stuff with no wind, and then it could melt off again the next day. :wink:

The way this winter is going it will probably be sixteen inches of heavy wet stuff in an April blizzard.... :roll:
 
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Faster horses said:
I just love optimistic people, don't you OT? :wink:

Wonderful pictures, Soapweed, kind of soothed my soul.

The pessimism in me says its been TOOOOOO nice a winter- been way too easy--something has to happen or everyone will want to go into this business :wink:
 

Denny

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Your cows look to be in very good shape.Nice pictures and good job..
 

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Nice pics Soapweed. Don't know about you all but the darn wind has been blowing here for about 14 days and 14 nights and it is starting to get dusty like it was last February. Looks like your mamas are going to be having babies pretty soon or maybe they are like me and tend to grow around the middle this time of year. Hey, isn't this something, talking about cows and the weather instead of arguing a winless case? :???:
 

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