Thursday afternoon Chief and I strolled out to the Geis family ranch southwest of Gillette on Hwy 50. I'd been looking forward to this visit because part of the Geis family settled in Worland and married into the Lungren family. Both our family's Wyoming roots go deep.
Thursday, September 3, 2020
Little Ranch on the Prairie
Bobbi and I rode through the herd and got a solid lay of the land.
Each evening Maria hauls feed to her little flock on the prairie
It takes a special kind of person to work with sheep. Good on ya Maria, that's a gift I don't have. Your patience will pay off.
To top the evening off the family, Dagen, Kevin, Bobbi, and Maria, treated me to my favorite ranch meal: meat and potatoes.
Thanks for letting Chief and I hang out and see some new country. Your stewardship and faith is something this world could use more of. Keep it up.
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