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Re: Re:Peony/weather

I've never done a cattle drive on a dude ranch, just working ranches.  It's
about the most fun you can have in life, though I've done a couple when it's
really cold or really windy that weren't too nice.  I don't know exactly why
pushing cows is so much more fun than just riding a horse, but it is.  Maybe
part of it is visiting simpler times.  There is some snow predicted here for
next week, so we'll see what happens.


> Hey!  Not before I can get there to visit!  That would really not be
fair...I've waited about forever to visit there...one of my life long
ambitions is to do one of the dude ranch cattle drives there...can't believe
how much fun that sounds like!  So, do whatever you got to do--nail down the
corners or something but please don't let the wind blow you where it will!
;-)  It would be nice if some of that rain from California would head your
direction and give you guys some moisture...I suppose it would be snow,
wouldn't it?
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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