01 July 2013
Looking at the World Through a Windshield
Spring vanished into a blur of road trips and job applications. And now it's summer. And now the temperature approaches 100 degrees.
The end of April meant moving big black beasts to spring pasture on the desert. Two trucks and two trailers with the capacity to hold about twelve steers each; about 500 steers to move; and a total round-trip time from corral to desert of about 1.5 hours. You do the math.
kīpuka and a late season snow flurry.
The mighty Snake River poised to experience spring runoff from the mighty Tetons.
famous Virginian Hotel in the not-so-famous, one-horse town of Medicine Bow and had my first whisky in many, many years. When in Wyoming...
The Spanbauer rock barn and dance hall just outside of Twin Falls. It's for sale.
Leaving the Soldiers behind again.