Basque food, rein chains, and butt sniffing dogs

I have not written much for quite some time.  I don’t know if you have seen them but I have been doing some stuff around home with a GoPro camera.

When I left the 63 ranch the first of the year I wanted to regroup until about June.  I don’t know how much I regrouped, but I am back to doing demos and clinics.  I am really glad to get back to the old schedule of travel and people.

We, Ron Gill, Dean Fish and myself as well as Bill Dale did our first Stockmanship and Stewardship program for Merc animal Health and the National Cattleman’s Beef Association, in Elko, Nevada.  It was great to be back with friends and producers of beef.

Ron and Dean on Bridle Horses from the YP
My dog and Bills dog doing what dogs do.
Checking out sound system

We had good horses to ride, good cattle to work, a great facility, and the Star hotel provided great food and I also ate at the restaurant twice. If you are within 100 miles of Elko, I recommend going to the star to eat.

We have four more to do, NCBA convention in Nashville in August, and 2022 NCBA convention in Houston in January.

Check out  “wwwstockmanshipandstewardship.org” to find out the schedule and agenda for the next four and join us at one.  They are really great value and offer lots of things to learn.

I’m in Fort Worth at the Texas and Southwest Cattleman’s convention for the next three days, then head back home to present in Three Forks, Montana with the Rose family on Sunday.  I am really looking forward to that.

It’s great to be doing what I love to do and also getting to spend lots of time at home with my dogs and horses.

I really want to figure out how to make a difference for animals and humans, and really am grateful for the work I get to do.

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