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I'm not sure any of mine would qualify as awesome but I like them and I snapped all of them. 

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19 minutes ago, Dasnake said:

Ya I feel yur pain, here’s mine waiting for the back 40 to dry!!!!

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You ornery rascals.  I can provide extra denim to prevent sunburn!  Cheeks are a terrible thing to waste. Oh, is there corn or some form of sorghum in the background?

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6 minutes ago, RichardDSalyer said:

You ornery rascals.  I can provide extra denim to prevent sunburn!  Cheeks are a terrible thing to waste. Oh, is there corn or some form of sorghum in the background?

How long did it take to notice the green background??

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3 minutes ago, RichardDSalyer said:

The young lady also has nicely manicured nails, or did you notice?

 

3 minutes ago, RichardDSalyer said:

The young lady also has nicely manicured nails, or did you notice?

I’m still trying to make out the green background, then figure if she needs more denim.

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This is awesome to me.

I hope it is to some of you too.

The next generation of ranchers starts right here

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By the way this was the branding where the "marbles in a jar" contest was born.

Ranch owners grandson. He is an animal, never backed down from any calf. Even when they flung him off, he dove right back in to try to get control.

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5 hours ago, sandhiller said:

This is awesome to me.

I hope it is to some of you too.

The next generation of ranchers starts right here

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By the way this was the branding where the "marbles in a jar" contest was born.

Ranch owners grandson. He is an animal, never backed down from any calf. Even when they flung him off, he dove right back in to try to get control.

Awesome to me as well.  Little fella has to learn sometime so might as well be now.  My grandparents owned a 2,000 acre farm in SW Kansas and I spent as much time as possible on the farm during both winter and summer.  Spring roundup was always looked forward to.  I still remember the groggy eyed kid, still a little nervous about getting wet from the morning dew and dung on the britches until the first calf was roped and the rear legs had to be secured.  After the first calf, the britches were wet from the dew on the grass and dung seemed to be everywhere. Hot branding irons and guillotine dehorners, and the smell of burned hide, nuts in the bucket Grandmother would prepare for lunch, that was fun.

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16 hours ago, sandhiller said:

Just some of the hayfield help waiting for the dew to come off the meadow so she can get to rakin' ?

I need to find that kind of hayfield help lol

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Did a trip from west to east in Australia...about 10 months gone...….saw this..massive silo' in the wheat belt...somewhere.....

…..great mural      painted thereon...

 

Mike

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I have always loved these planes. Built a model as a kid, iirc it was Navy blue

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I just had to cut all the ash trees down around my house because of Emerald ash borer. But, I now get a great view in the eastern direction. The mountain directly behind me to the west blocks the sun and makes for some interesting cloud pictures this time of year.

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1 hour ago, lorenzo said:

That’s because this is how it looked before someone modified it 

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I’m not sure,, Lorenzo. Notice the tree in the background?

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Hot shots birthday today, I already had the day off so I'm watching him ride his four wheeler around and I'm making him a race track with jumps and such.  Eleven years goes by really fast if you aren't careful.  He requested pork ribs for supper so I'll put those on shortly.

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