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Ranch Cattle Drive

Today, we chased cows a little over six miles down the road to a field that they will graze on until we have to start feeding them hay for the winter.  It’s their last chance to graze before winter.

It has been awhile since I’ve ridden a horse, and when I swung into the saddle, it felt great!  I can’t explain the wonder of feeling the every movement of your horse under you!

Okay, back to the subject at hand.  The weather was beautiful for the first mile or two, then is started getting pretty windy.  It was windy the rest of the ride, but it was still lots of fun.  We had just gotten home and horses unsaddled before the cold and snow hit.  The snow only lasted for about fifteen minutes, though, but the howling wind and cold has continued all day.  So, in short summary, we got cows to their pasture in perfect timing.

Here are some picture that Tierra took on the cattle drive.  Enjoy!

Here is Tierra taking pictures on Cowboy!



Further down the road!



Tierra enjoying her ride!


That’s all for now!  Everybody enjoy the Christmas season!




Hi! I am a ranch girl who lives in southwestern MT. This blog tells about all of our adventures and stories on the ranch!

5 thoughts on “Ranch Cattle Drive

    1. Merry Christmas! 🙂
      Oh, also about the comment problem: in the new layout (instead of doing stuff from WIP Admin, go from your Reader page) , click your page, and on the left there should be the ‘More Options’. At the bottom of that there’s a check, for whether you allow comments or not. 🙂 Just mark that! I hope I helped. ;D
      God bless!


  1. Wow, that’s cool! I can’t wait to go to our next cattle gathering! You use Border Collies too! Cool! I really like your blog! I LOVE gathering cattle and riding horses! 😀 😀 😀


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