The cows they brought from the Mesa Pasture had to be sorted today. That put Vernon on the four wheeler and Daniel and Brandon on horseback. Me? I drove my Durango and was told just to make sure they went in the corral! I could handle that!
It was cold. Fourteen degrees when I left the house. I had warm tights, flannel lined jeans, and my Carhartt coveralls on… wool socks, small gloves inside my wool gloves, a cowboy scarf, warm hat… long sleeve t-shirt, sweatshirt, and Carhartt heavy coat. I waddled like a penguin and hoped if I fell, I had enough clothing on me to pad my fall.
The cold and snow does make for pretty photos…
I gotta admit it. I’m glad I wasn’t on horseback!
Daniel sent me this photo. Doesn’t this just say FREEZING COLD WORK to you?Find me here!
11 thoughts on “Freezing Cold Work”
Love, love, love, following your blog. Today’s pic from the back of a horse…wow, although I appreciate ALL your pics!
Thanks so much! That means a great deal!
reports this morning that Saratoga was at -20 and still dropping into the early morning. breathtaking
Yes… and I feel so spoiled when I don’t have to ride!
I feel your shivers. So glad I am a girl! . Stay warm friend!!
No. Being a girl under three bulky layers is BAD. Or should I say coffee is bad? Just the idea of having to undo all that… well, you know where I’m going with this… 😉
A ranchers life is not all romantic. Poor guys. Just think, spring is on it’s way.
Definitely NOT romantic on days like this! I sure hope it warms back up just a tad before spring, though!
Makes me cold just look’n at this, & riding a horse, burrr, Well done cowboys & ladies!!
BRRRR! Looks cold but gorgeous.