A rock went through the front window coming out of Routt national forest on a gravel road and it was smashed to bits.
I camped in a truck stop off of I-80 in Laramie for a day and a half and put in a new one.
The copper flashing was a pleasure to put in but I'm not sure about the window as a whole. I think the wood would look and weather better painted green.
Jeff and Carla's ranch, The Canadian, had a wonderful shop and I liked it so much that I slept there. They made me feel entirely welcome.
Just before I left I watched Jeff doctor cattle.
That reminded me of another time I saw him use a squeeze, on his previous ranch. I always like the handles for the hydraulic controls.
Before this I'd been at the Home Ranch with Michael and Dawn Moon and their family
They've just moved in and while I was there we had a visit from the neighbors who were introducing themselves and bringing over a chocolate pie that the grandma had baked. The whole time we were talking the grandma held her daughter's hand or hooked fingers into her daughter's pocket and I thought it was such a lovely and kind gesture.
In the driveway there Cole and Eli--two of the the Moon kids--helped me put lifters on the roof and a bookshelf in the bac
This morning in Medicine Bow I made a stool
after seeing how nicely two nails held in the shutters on somebody's cabin. So accommodating. They weren't home!