It’s been two weeks or better since we did fall shots, and I still haven’t shared that with y’all. Fire me if you want to. I just got behind! I sort of live my life on the edge like that.
But seeing as how we ship tomorrow (and likely there’ll be snow) and sell Friday (no video auction sale for us this year), I figured I should get my act together (now that I’m done editing/sorting through 4,000 wedding photos). I’m sure that there will be more photos from the next couple days…
And then there are photos from yesterday too. Focus, Jenn, Focus.
I rode the very handsome, much loved, Dino.
Once everything was corralled, the horses got to kick it.
We got the cows sorted off and they went right to eating because we kicked them out into a new pasture, which meant that Red’s mama wasn’t interested in him, so he thought he’d take a chance to check me out.
Our cousin’s horses got to eat. I’m so mean. I tie mine up. She lets hers eat!
How many people does it take to get the head gate to work right?
Lots of visiting goes on while part of the crew figures out how to make the head gate work. SMH.
Red is certain I have something good for him!
Now that those mamas have got a taste of fresh grass they’re coming back to check on their babies!
Gotta have a skid steer around to lean on. Oh, and Bud Light to drink. Actually it’s really handy for moving those big heavy panels around – the skid steer. NOT the beer. It can’t really help with manual labor. Or does it?
You also need a handsome cowboy to give shots. Like mine, here.
And kids, cute, cute kids in the form of nieces and nephews.
And then a warm kitchen with good food and conversation!
And that’s how we do fall shots on the ranch!