Here are a few random pictures taken from the camera that popped out of the right back pocket of my Wrangler jeans while riding my father's saddle in my friends pasture(s). Yep, I went to take a picture of the cattle on the rolling hills with Old Chief in the background against a blue sky and low and behold when I went to fetch my camera from my right back pocket of my Wrangler jeans, it was gone. And the thing is, where do you even begin to look for a camera when you are in the third pasture of the day. My camera is gone forever!
Mini Chuckwagon races right in downtown Cardston.
Brent and Marge are our neighborly neighbors. Brent is a rodeo announcer and Marge is a super seamstress! I just love 'em.
We moved this nest from our garage door opener onto the window sill in our garage and the momma bird was still attentive.
Rio is a gopher catcher. She has her nose down the gopher hole. Crazy dog!
Laurel's 23rd Birthday photo. Love her!
Huckleberry picking on a ski slope. You pay 10 dollars, bring your own bucket and pick till your done.
Logan's Pass in Montana
The birthday boys.
Lou Lou and I didn't spend as much time together as we hoped to, but I'm sure we will make up for this fall.
I did a fair amount of riding this summer. I added about 50 hours to my riding hours and earned myself a 100 hour rocketbar to add to my 50 hour patch. I am enrolled in the riding club for AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) and with that you get little "prizes" along the way. It's kind of fun actually. I'm always up for incentives.
Our 51st Birthday! I really don't like the way that looks or sounds. At. All.
The creek. "27" to be super exact. Long story. Short story. Sad story. "Goodbye "27". We have loved visiting you for generations but good things must come to an end." You know that song from the 70's? Why can't we be friends? Yah, too bad we can't all live in harmony when it comes to sharing the land.
Goodbye summer. It's been great this year and hope that next summer is just as good, but let's get going a little earlier than July. K?