I spent the majority of my week gathering pairs, sorting pairs, and sorting calves; and of course taking a few photos. I’ve been on no less than three different horses this week and Dino got moved to the A-team as my other partner, Gump, has a little boo-boo on his chest and forearm. It was shipping week on the ranch, also known as our payday! I’ll talk more about that at a later date.
In the rest of the spare time I had, I worked very hard to finish the calendar project! It is done. And no, I’m not showing you all the pages! You’ll have to buy it if you want to see them! But you should know that there will be never-before-seen photos in it! It’ll make a great Christmas gift, and I’m only having 100 printed, and guess what- there’s only 60 left!
You should also know that I got a call yesterday from a perfect stranger. A perfectly nice stranger, that is. A perfect stranger to me. He knows people in the family. That’s just how small South Dakota is! He is a contributing photographer to the Capture Dakota project, and wanted me to know that my photos have been appearing in the Aberdeen News and he wanted our address so he could send me a copy of the paper! So see, perfectly nice!
Now let’s get to the good stuff! The pictures- compliments of the iPhone and Instagram!
Nukie and I bringing in some stragglers when we cleaned a pasture on Sunday.
Dozer, Banjo and Nuke, enjoying some grass over lunch on Monday.
The view from my lunch seat! I was leaned up against a very comfy saddle listening to horses eat!
Dino trailing pairs on Tuesday.
And that is pretty much my week in a nutshell. I really do hope you’ll consider making my newest project one of your Christmas Gifts!
Happy Trails, and Happy Friday!