Cool in the morning with lite breeze and then warmed up, cooled off, got windy, wind died down and then it roared! Ahh, South Dakota springtime! LOL
Real nice this morning then the wind started to pick up this afternoon. I went around the fence up west this morning, ran to Punkin Center and mailed off them spur straps and ate at noon. Fueled up and came home and worked on a new design for a martingale. the old one didn’t setContinue reading “Thursday, April 29, 10”
Crossovers. 3 piece straps. Dove wings. I left the lower holes for the customer to punch so they come out right.
This is making the rounds of the internet, so I decided to share. It is something we need to remember. Especially now when we have politicians trying to take away many of your freedoms. PEOPLE ASK WHY? Why I Carry a Gun My old grandpa said to me ‘Son, there comes a time in everyContinue reading “Oldie but a goody”
I got these from Alan Nations Blog. Grasslands Absorb Methane Monday, 26 April 2010 Research by Sydney University in Australia has found that healthy soil bacteria in well managed grasslands absorb more methane per day than a cow produces in a year. Professor Mark Adams, agricultural sustainability researcher and Dean of Agriculture at Sydney UniversityContinue reading “Latest from the scientists”
UPDATE IN COMMENTS This is a picture of my Grandma Bauer when she was a young lady and her family. Quite a few left Illinois and came out here. She is on the far left side in the light. I thought Connie, who has a blog on old pictures might enjoy this. As I understandContinue reading “Old time photo”
I ran some food up to a neighbors who live about 45 miles north of us. The wife was walking in the yard the other day and just suddenly died. Anyerism they say. 48 years old and leaves a husband and son and young daughter. A very Christian family and they are handling it asContinue reading “Sunday, 4/25/10”
Here’s some pictures of Brad, the young guy who starts and trains horses in this area. He does a whale of a job, is just too busy, hard to get any colt to him as he is usually full up.
Bullshit! Everyday is earthday to those who really care for the earth. The farmers and ranchers and loggers and fishermen and miners. If you are not making a living from the earth and protecting and taking care of what earns you a living, you probably have no real concept of what it’s like to doContinue reading “Earthday!”