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A DAY AT THE RANCH

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It’s days like these that make me feel alive.  I often miss living a little further out in the country-with big wide fields and horses in my backyard.  My husband often makes fun of me when our friends ask where we’re from.  He was inner-city Idaho Falls and I was more out in the country-but if you ask him he implies we were WAY out in the country.  I spent my Saturday mornings cleaning out horse corrals and gardening amongst all of our Saturday chores.  I used to go run through the fields-that’s the only time in my life I’ve enjoyed running.  There is something magical about looking out across open space as you run.  Anyway, spending a day on horseback at the ranch was just what I needed.  I not only got to take my kids for a day, but I also went and helped out with the cattle drive earlier in the week.  It was pretty amazing.

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My poor husband is 100% scared of horsies.  It was a big deal getting him to sit on this awesome mule.  Once he saw that the mule was absolutely no threat he settled in and had fun.

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Grandpa Evans.  He and the rest of the crew are a bunch of old cowboys.  They made me feel so at home.

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This poor sweet babe was too young to know he was supposed to be scared of me.  He walked right up to my camera.  Sweet little cow.

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MOO.

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These two.  So much love for them and their willingness to take us on amazing adventures. ♥

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