Category Archives: Life on the Farm

The Lone (givin-n-gettin) Ranger

At the bottom of enmity between strangers lies indifference. ~ Kierkegaard “They have problems,” my wife notes as I pump our Ford’s tank full of fuel. I look the direction of her gaze to find a young lady holding an … Continue reading

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Weaning, Waning, and Howling at the Moon

It’s graduation day on the ranch. It’s a noisy celebration, but not so festive. Weaning day, USA! It’s time for the babies to say goodbye to their moms. Boy, do they say goodbye loudly! The neighbors are calling and I … Continue reading

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It’s Alright to be a Little-Bitty

Intimidated? Feeling a little like a marble rolling around in a tub of cannon balls? Yeah; me too. TC caught this shot of a newborn posing in the midst of the Angus grown-ups, and as usual, couldn’t help but see … Continue reading

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All We Like Sheep

As the weather warms in Florida, one of the nice things TC does for some of our menagerie is offer to have their winter coats removed. I’m fascinated by this clip of Buster’s haircut, but even more so by the … Continue reading

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Ranch Babies R Us

Baby time on the ranch. A calf and a puppy who tragically lost their mama’s. No fear; TC adopted them. One day maybe she’ll get some sleep again. Past memories also… Pot Pie Possum reminds everyone he once was a … Continue reading

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