When Cows Take Orders

Oct 22
Jan Swan Wood

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December 27, 2014
Rachel Larsen

Wrangling, jingling, or gathering; whatever you call it, bringing horses to the corral on horseback is an essential part of our horseback experience.  My husband and I were raised gathering horses in this manner.  I prefer this method today.  I was a cautious child and wrangling made me feel adventurous, The Man From Snowy River-esque, even […]

Running Wild and Free

December 23, 2014
Kay Schrock

With their tails and manes rippling Hooves flashing fast in the running They flow down the hillside Then charge uphill in stride. The occasional neigh Is carried away, And all that drifts back to me Is thunder of hoof-beats, wild and free. Red roans and dark bays Bright paints and dull grays Running wild and […]

Christmas On the Ranch

December 19, 2014
Jenn Zeller

I, like many of you, love Christmas.  The Holiday Season is made extra special by all the decorations on the tree- because I try to treat my life like Christmas and give back whenever possible. While many of the ornaments have no sentimental value, simply because I like a uniform tree, there are a few […]

Christmas Caramel Candy Crunch

December 18, 2014
Bailee Murnion

Since the Holiday season is upon us I have decided to divulge my favorite Christmas recipe. Those of you who are reading this should feel honored as I don’t normally disclose my world famous recipes! Just kidding, I didn’t create this recipe myself, but I like to pretend that it is my masterpiece! I make […]

Looks Like A Dude

December 17, 2014
Wendel Elliott

He was talking on and on about how his uncle’s cousin’s wife’s parents had a little ranch somewhere. He was telling a story about a horse and gathering some cows and tying to get all the terminology right. He was laying out a line of bull that was deep enough to break out the 5 […]