The 4th is almost here! How did that happen so fast?

Cool and misty this morning. Lots of guys got hay down and it hasn’t been drying out for them with lots of humidity. Makes it kind of hot and muggy to ride on cattle. Chance and I doctored on a couple the other evening, until we lost the syringe in a wild chase where I almost got my saddle jerked off my horse.

Chance and Hope had a get together yesterday evening. Burgers and Brats and beer. Quite a few people showed up. Me and Gramma left early so she could get to bed so she could get up this morning.

Guess I better go work on some leather.

Have a happy Fourth of July!

One thought on “July

  1. If you live in a country where you have nine months of winter and three months of poor sledding, the 4th of July means summer is half over.

    Lots of rain last month.
    Enough to bring us out of the ten year old critically dry category into normal. Some down here should have trusted the weather forecasters; they have been amazingly accurate the last thirty days; and held off knocking down the first crop alfalfa. Tons have been ruined in the Cache and Weber counties, so I hear. I
    see some guys swathed hay this week. It’s been rained on twice. Makes me glad we raise meadow hay only.

    Have a great 4th of July!


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