My youngest son received a digital camera for Christmas. He took some good photos… so I thought I’d share them with you and give my camera a break.
Today he and his older brother had the job of kicking the cows off of the fence. We don’t literally “kick” them of course! I think maybe the term came from doing this on horseback and some unenthusiastic horses need encouragement to wade out there in the snowy wintertime. Either that or just the fact to get a horse or other animal to move sometimes takes physical encouragement. I don’t know for sure, that’s just my version!
With all these storms running around, the cows decided they’d like to come home for some hay. Unfortunately for them, there’s a fence, or two, in the way. They hang on the fence anyway though, hoping it’ll disappear and they can come on in. There’s still good feed out in the pasture where the wind has blown the snow off of the hills so we’ll make them stay out there as long as we can. We move them off of the fence and back out to where there’s still grass.
Since the boys have their new toy… that’s what they are using. Plus one of our older sleds.
Wow. If only their great great grandfather could see this… how amazed he’d be!
Here’s Brandon’s artistic shot… a self-portrait taken as his helmet sits on the snowmachine.
A great panorama… too bad you can’t see it full sized!
Thanks for helping out, Brandon!
It has been an honor having you as my guest photographer!Find me here!