Moving Along

Well, the work is moving along and so is the time. I can’t imagine it now but in not too long I’ll be wishing all the cows were back here again and they will be, in the spring (but until dark on Saturday Oct. 30th I can’t quit swimming upstream or I’ll drown for sure).

We had 2 Sandhills pastures to clean out today. And got it mostly done in spite of the cold and fog. It wasn’t as cold as yesterday but the fog was a nuisance (I usually really like it except the the fog in my overtired brain. I’ll be glad when that goes away).

We were blessed to have Crystal come help again ( Thanks again C) and she brought 2 really nice helpers with her, a couple of half Danes (like me). It was great because I forgot they were Danish and I was making Avelskivers (a round ball shaped pancake type thing with apples in it) for breakfast. When they came in they looked incredulously at them on the table and were quite delighted to scarf a few down before we started.

And our daughter brought a friend down to help but too but our daughter has hurt her knee and couldn’t ride. I missed her help today; she’s a good hand with a natural instinct for moving livestock that I really admire.


7 responses to “Moving Along

  1. Hope your daughter’s knee gets better and isn’t anything too bad!

  2. nice nice nice shot, the last one! Makes one want to ride for cows all day!!!

    wait a minute…is that why you took it? 😉 “CCC’s booster photo”

    I love your blog!

  3. Good help isn’t so hard to find with friends like that! Care to share your Avelskivers recipe?

  4. That breakfast sounds yummy!

  5. It was a fun day, and my friends had fun too, I think they woulda liked to see more, so maybe they will come along next year when its not so foggy.

  6. Should read hope your daughter’s knee heals well

  7. Glad you are getting it all done and have good helpers .Hope your daughters’s knee heal swell and quickly. those pancakes sound yummy! And that last phot os stunning! Wow, cowgirl, chef and photographer extrodinaire! I want to be just like you when I grow up!

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