This shot from the 1930’s shows a dusty corral and a head catch. The calves are little, and one guy might be holding a calf… at least that’s the position you take at branding to hold a calf. I’m not sure what’s going on… but the dusty corral was us on Wednesday!
They weaned the calves and I guess it was bad!
I was working in my clean library so I missed it, but I have been there/done that. And we know, as evidenced here, that it’s gone on around here for a looonnnngg time!
No, not Born in a Barn, but back to it. We started a remodel job of sorts a while ago. Tired of stacking saddles three high in our little tack room, we expanded it. However, we never really finished it.
Tess and I attacked it and made good progress. Another day of sorting off old crispy leather pieces of tack, and we just might declare it finished.
Old, but still serviceable items for repair, I tried to be creative in their storage form.
Some of the more interesting and antique items I displayed on a wall. I mean, if you’ve been in the ranching business for over one hundred years, you can have a display wall in your barn if you want.