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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Love At First Sight least it was for me! This was his first look at a human and he didn't know whether to check me out or bolt back to his momma. :)

He listened to my voice and decided I might not be too dangerous. :)

The cows are fat and happy...

The horses loved the's almost impossible to take pics without their help. :)

The pasture is greening back up.... I'm really happy about that!

Tried to get a shot of one of the girls with the sunset in the background...
didn't work out so well. She couldn't understand why I wanted her to stand so far away from me. :)

The glare on the camera made it look like she had an alien eye. lol

The evening was so beautiful and the aroma of wildflowers filled the air.  :)

It was really nice to be back out there... the fresh air and open space was just what I needed. :)


Peggy said...

Glad to see your out and about. The beauty of the pasture, livestock and sunset would make anyone feel better!

Anonymous said...

Hey Ms. Jeannie

You've got a dandy there. Looks like everything is going well, it sure is good to see you up and around, I've missed you. I know that getting out with the gang was the best medicine ever, it always is for me. You take care and take it easy.

Chris G.

cowgirl said...

Peggy thank you! It was nice to get out of the house. Hope you are having a great week! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Chris! You're very kind..
Hope all is going well in your end of the state. I did get a bit of rain last night, everything is looking pretty green here now.
Hope you have a nice rest of the week and weekend too. :)

Old Smoke said...

Nothing prettier or more therapeutic than mommas and fresh babies wandering on a field of green with the smell of wildflowers in the air.

Glad to see ya up and movin' around. Have a great weekend.

Mrs. JP said...

I love you new baby too! I also have the problem you have with our dogs taking pictures. I try to pose them and ease away, only to have Charlie follow me like there's a bungee cord attached to us both! They just love us so much.
The sunset was stunning.
I hope you are better.

LindaG said...

Thanks for sharing all those beautiful pictures with us!

galensmark said...

Nice pics, as usual.

cowgirl said...

I agree with ya Rick! It's nice to sit out there and watch the babies. Things are greener this year than the last few so it makes it that much more enjoyable.
Hope all is well with you!!
Thanks. :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Mrs JP! I can imagine how hectic it is to get a picture of your "family". They are so cute though.. I can see the love in their eyes in your photos. :)
Hope you are having a great summer!

cowgirl said...

Linda thank you!! I am behind on blogging and reading. Hope all is well with you and family.
Thanks for stopping by! :)

cowgirl said...

Thanks Mark, good to see ya!

PA said...

Jeanie, I would love to post a link from my site to yours. would that be ok?

cowgirl said...

Jed that would be great! Thank you!!
I just checked out your site...looks wonderful. Hope it's Ok with you if I add a link here. :)
Thanks for stopping by Jed, hope you have a nice rest of the week. :)

Richtee said...

Even the animals love you, Jeanie! Brace yerself!
{{{{ HUGS}}}}!

cowgirl said...

lol Thanks Rich, Great to see ya! Hope you're having a nice summer.
(((HUGS))) back atcha! :)

Chris said...

When do you do your calving or do you just let it happen au natural? I found it interesting that on the Meyer ranch they moved from Jan/Feb to March/April/May because that's what the elk do around there. The change resulted in lower mortality rates and such.

I was so impressed with the hands there, those gals and guys work their tails off!

cowgirl said...

I go for the late calving too Chris. It really does work out best for me and I have few losses due to weather.

Ranch work can be hard but it is so rewarding. :)
I enjoyed seeing your pics of the Meyer Ranch, it's beautiful up there!
Thanks Chris! :)