Sunday, July 27, 2014
An old timer brought me a bit to copy. The one he brought had been hammered out on a battle ship in 1942. I think I got close.
|I'll put silver on it after he approves it.|
|A couple of young angus/coriente bulls I bought to put on heifers next spring.|
|Some ladies coming to see what I'm doing.|
|Another cow and steer|
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
I finished these today. 1084/15n20 raindrop damascus. Hammered out in my shop.
|This one is off to an engraver, 4.5" cutting edge, 1.25" wide.|
|3" cutting edge, cow bone handle.|
|My new quirt that I traded Billy Albin out of. His raw hide work is amazing.|
|Jessica's new trailer.|
|A new hackmore that Tommy Rogers tied up for me. The gray mare is happy with it.|
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
We preg checked a few heifers today, worked a few out of sync calves, branded a couple of new bulls, then moved everything to new pastures. We had some good help from the neighbors. One young lady volunteered to be the photographer and did a great job. I hope their morning was enjoyable.
|Laying a trap|
|Doc Blazor hard at work|