I got home last night to find that I again had the internet. I have checked up on a few of you to see what you’ve been up to and I find it pretty impressive. I, on the other hand, ride around all day and watch cows make Guacamole. Ever wonder why cowboys don’t eat Guacamole? Think about it. We have had our first guests at the lodge. It’s sure been good to eat Carleen’s great cooking. I think maybe she’s over trying to impress me but she sure has impressed our guests. My unit, The Flying V, has 800 cows. They are about calved out and we will be branding around the first of July. We are on an intensive grazing plan so it’s move, move, move. Get along little doggie, head ‘em up move ‘em out. They move pretty slow with calves that are less than a week old. None of this sounds very interesting. The country is beautiful with green grass and pine trees. I cut some trees out of the way of a fence line the other day and that’s as close as I’ve come to woodworking. I think of you all often and will be lurking and commenting as we go along. Good luck everyone.
-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon