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Our little fire burning on a ridge top.  The paper says it is about 70 acres.  put the fire out and lined where needed before the crew got there.  We left it in their capable hands.  Taken 7/15/2006.
Our little fire burning on a ridge top. The paper says it is about 70 acres. put the fire out and lined where needed before the crew got there. We left it in their capable hands. Taken 7/15/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous
Some yearling replacement heifers trying to figure out what I am doing.  I swear i have never had a more curious bunch of cattle before.  They rarely ever spook from a person.  They are more curious about what you are doing than anything.  I've been trying to breed them calmer and quieter and I guess it's working.  Taken 7/2/2007.
Some yearling replacement heifers trying to figure out what I am doing. I swear i have never had a more curious bunch of cattle before. They rarely ever spook from a person. They are more curious about what you are doing than anything. I've been trying to breed them calmer and quieter and I guess it's working. Taken 7/2/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Yearlings
Peeking over a hill to view more Montana landscape.  I've always called these simply The Rocks.  Taken 9/7/2005.
Peeking over a hill to view more Montana landscape. I've always called these simply The Rocks. Taken 9/7/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
tractor
tractor (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
Sharptail grouse foraging for food during a light snow storm.  There were quite a few more in the area that I didn't get a picture of.  I have never seen so many around during the winter.  Maybe the coyotes will bother them and leave my calves alone.  Taken 2/22/2006.
Sharptail grouse foraging for food during a light snow storm. There were quite a few more in the area that I didn't get a picture of. I have never seen so many around during the winter. Maybe the coyotes will bother them and leave my calves alone. Taken 2/22/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Wildlife

From: Bonita (Sat Feb 25 11:53:02 2006)
The color here is quite tranquil, and the blur of foliage is gentle. You must have a very soft step to catch these unaware. Such peace.

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