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Riding in the rain, May 25, 2012

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Soapweed

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Bringing the bunch through a gate
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The stragglers lag behind.
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Through a meadow
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View from a couple miles further up the road
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One ear cocked means he's half interested.
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Now he is fully interested.
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Peach is evidently making evening reservations for the herd.
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What would the early pioneers think, talking on the phone from the back of a horse?
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The yucca pods are a temptation.
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Just riding along
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Singing in the rain
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Hillside of cattle
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It's fun to get wet for a change. :)
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Does this slicker make me look fat?
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Don't answer. :? :wink:
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One of Sunflower's cake creations
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Family at the ball game
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The boys are happy, because their dad just bought them some popcorn.
 

gcreekrch

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I would say you got the birthday gift I was asking for and got to ride in it too. :D

Grass is sure coming nice there in spite of it being relatively dry. Leaves are finally coming here.
 

Haytrucker

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I bought one of those yellow slickers, in '84 right out of college. After some time in northeastern Colorado, where it rains so fast you couldn't get it put on; and a spell in a feedlot processing shed, where it nearly changed color, I moved on up here, where it died of dry rot, along with two pair of five buckles. Moral of my story is: if it rains here you need a boat, if it's acting normal, slickers and overshoes are a luxury.
 
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