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Updated: Sep 8, 2022

Sorry I missed last week putting up my blog. I had a lot going on between riding, work, kids and grandkids, it’s been pretty busy here.

I finally had a chance to head out and move cattle last week, it was good getting out. I managed to get a few pictures but not many. It was a very nice warm day and the cattle trailed along fine. The scenery was beautiful .

I also mange to make it back out to Ya Ha Tinda to take pictures of the wild horses. I was not disappointed, as they were out and about. I managed to take a real neat picture of the stallion of the group.

This picture will be numbered and will be up in Prints. I also have something else in the works for this print, that I’m very excited about. Stay tuned for that special announcement.

I took the kids right up to the camp site and they had fun up by the river. Of course along the way the kids had to check out every little nook and cranny. Later that day I headed into Cochrane and took some

pictures of the roping practice that was going on. So between the two outings I did manage to get a lot of pictures. Which was great.

Then the other day the my grandson got me real good! He found himself a lizard that I thought was fake. He had it named and everything and was going to keep it as a pet. I found out that it was real when I went to touch it and it moved.

It gave me quite a fright, which my grandson though was quite funny. I had to inform him that it needs to live outside, not in the house. Needless to say it did go outside.

I am still open to receiving more of your stories and poems for my cookbook. “Keep ‘em coming!” I have already put in some of my wacky stories so now I need yours. So please go to my webpage, follow this link , this is where you can send me your stories. You can also email me at with the subject line: Stories & Poems.


I will leave you with these quotes

If you’re helping someone and expecting something in return, you’re doing business not kindness – Unknown

If you feel like you’re losing everything remember that trees lose their leaves every year, and still they stand tall and wait for better days to come. – Unknown

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