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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Soapweed

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They go real slow when they don't even try to walk.

Some out-of-state folks looking at their old family homestead

There is not much to look at

But they are hopeful

The poor old house has fallen in

But many memories were made when this was a home. Probably native sand was used to make the cement foundation.

Catching a ride

The grass is tall

Loaded up in the Polaris Ranger

This man lived here as a young boy until the late 1940's.

Island of cattle

They are fighting flies.

Which are an indicator for the two inches of rain that was to come Saturday night and during the day on Sunday.

Grass, trees, and clouds

View from high in the hills

Looking 180 degrees the other way

And then back to the right 90 degrees more

Antelope on the move

Putting a bull back into the adjoining pasture. He is my bull, and our cows are on both sides of the fence, but he needed to go back
to whence he came.

The hills are sure pretty with all the green.

Being lazy and fighting nose flies

Looking out across the meadow

Taking mules and draft horses back home from where they had been grazing a tree lot.

Checking out their old friends
 

Bruce

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Alway's enjoy your photo's Soapweed, Thank's!
How bad/long is your nose fly season? Any tips for dealing with them??
Well day after tomorrow is the middle of the week and nothing done yet!
Have a good one.
 

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