If you’re not a fan of hunting… leave quickly. I know many of you just love the old ranch photos I post for #tbt. I do too. I also sometimes feel that the Greet side of my family gets all the attention! Well, I’m a Burton! While not raised on a ranch, my family was…
This couple are having a romantic ride along. Can anyone guess what piece of equipment they’re using? Taken in the field between Daniel and Johnny’s houses.
The comment is “breaking bronc. Fred driving, Dad (Frank) with switch to keep bronc from lagging” Details in the photo: The Barn is there, along with the original Joe Henry cabin. The white clapboard house addition has not been built onto the cabin yet and Johnny’s house is not built either.
After the work is done, payment comes in a good lunch! Not much has changed…
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…
’Tis the season, or almost, so I thought I would just reshare a popular post of mine from 2015 instead of a historical photo. This is the story of two mule deer bucks, horns interlocked, and the intervention of me and the Wyoming Game and Fish. To the Rescue
Left to right: Ralph Chamberlain, Gary Mills, Bonnie Greet, Rodney Greet, ?Ronald Smith about 1948 Greet School ?
Cowboys heading out from the corral. No date.
As long as you can grow it, dry it, and bale or stack it… keep on! We are… just differently than they did back when. No dates. For those of you interested in how this worked, I’ve included a link to a YouTube video similar to what these family photos are of.
Making hay while the sun shines. No date.
Headed to the Wyoming Library Association conference… Somehow this seemed appropriate!
With kids and youth rodeos and the beginning of county fair season… Here is Guy Alexander (age three) and Milton Alexander at the first Big Horn County Fair, 1907. Vernon’s grandfather and great-grandfather.