Hay Wagon, Watching time go by.

April 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

 

Hay Wagon.The hay wagon rests in the north field of the Hunewill Ranch. Photo taken as the stormy skies are taking over the sunset.

 

I wanted to get another blog up before Dee and I leave for vacation. We are heading for the San Juan Islands off the coast of Seattle, Washington for a week and then going on the inland cruise to Alaska.  We did this inland cruise for our 25th. anniversary and enjoyed it so decided to do it again (24 years later. There is a lot of history on display at the ranch from old wagons to building dating back to the late 1800s.  One of the great things about the Hunewill Ranch is that the history of the ranch is not just something you can see but also experience as a guest or employee. The cattle work is still done on horseback by cowboys and cowgirls. The calves are roped and taken to the branding fire, cattle leave the ranch in November via a 60 mile/5 day cattle drives, giving people something less than 1% of the population will ever experience. The old west from morning to sunset.

For those of you who would like to photograph this history and life style I will be giving a 5 day photographers workshop in September. For more details please contact the Hunewill Ranch (760)932-7710 or visit my web, ranchmemories.com.


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