Sunday, April 28, 2013

Checking fence usually isn't this much fun

It's important to give the ranch hands a break from the chores every now and then...

...but happy hour doesn't last long.

The chores continue well into the night. Here my ranch hands are chauffering me around while
I test the electric fence (the indicator lights on the fence tester are much easier to see in the dark).
But the ranch hands are looking a little bored.

They seem to be up to something. What could it be?

The ranch hands brought glow-in-the-dark toys to amuse themselves.

Lucy and the boys weren't laughing as much as we were. Where's their sense of humor?

Live from the pasture, it's Saturday night! Par-tee!

George: Let's just pretend we don't know them.


  1. And there goes my coffee, right out my nose!
    You ladies be crazeeee!

  2. I am cracking up! I can just imagine the scene. Oh, the simple pleasures of living 7MSN!!

  3. sparkling windows and shining ladies into the night! what a good laugh! you really surpised me with your inventiveness (does the word exist?)

  4. Your "ranch hands" are awesome! What fun!

  5. You know if I didn't know better, I'd say there was fun afoot at 7MSN. How very wonderful for all of you. I love your staycations with friends. Oma Linda

  6. well i can tell you are having tons of fun with your guest.. love that shot of George on the flood lights.

  7. Chores shared are good times, obviously. Hilariously perfect.

  8. Lot of eyes glowing in the dark there. What is it about after dark in the boonies that makes things so much fun!