My sister shared this with me today…
Who’s that little cowgirl with THE MOST AWESOME RED COWBOY HAT?
Hey, I like hats… but I must say, I prefer my custom hat from Greeley Hat Works MUCH BETTER than that red classic!
We’re standing in front of my dad’s boat, the “Charlie Brown”. “Charlie” for my dad… and “Brown”, for Mr. Brown, the other half’s owner. My dad was good at selling “shares” of things so we could afford them. He sold 5 quarters of a horse once… good ol’ Lightning, who was scared of everything… and not very fast… but he did pack out Daddy’s elk when called to…
What my sister and I laughed at the most? Those snazzy high water pants! My brother seems to be the only one with common sense back then!
Thank you for all your holiday wishes!
From everyone here at the Greet Ranch, we wish you a Merry Christmas!
It was time to move the bulls up to where they can be fed easily… and, luckily for *my* guys, they were easy to find and get out on the highway for their three mile hike. Hence the use of four wheelers. Should the bulls have been troublesome, it would have entailed finding the horses (as they are out on pasture), getting them to the corral, saddling, riding back out, and then trailing the bulls to my place.
Daniel was about to turn them in the gate before I got out to flag for them on the highway. Vernon had told me to give them some time, and I about gave them too much! Vernon and Brandon had one lone straggler… so I tried to make myself feel useful and flag for them!
It was a tad bit chilly… especially driving down the highway!
Sometimes it’s nice to have two fur coats leaning on you on the four wheeler!