The Man and I took a little time away from the ranch and flew down to sunny Arizona to watch our youngest son play in his first college golf tournament. Even though he didn't play top notch, he placed 15th among 60 players. Not bad.
We enjoyed driving the back roads between Phoenix and Tucson and I couldn't resist taking some desert pictures.
Handsome male Gambel's Quail.
We got back late last night and there was business going on in the lambing shed. (These are the crooks we use to hook the lambs or ewes to bring them inside.)
This mama ewe had herself triplets! We've already had two sets of quadruplets, four sets of triplets, and several sets of twins. It's a busy nursery! I have two bum lambs right now to feed since one of the quaud-moms and two of her babies didn't make it. The two left behind are good little lambies. If we keep on having quads and triplets, I'm afraid the bum pen will be very large, and I'll get my old job back -- bottle washing, bottle filling, and bottle feeding. I don't mind.
It was fun to get away and play, but as the saying goes,