Monday, January 19, 2009

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch...

The Bag Lady put together a little video for you depicting a day at the ranch. Hope you enjoy it!



22 comments:

bunnygirl said...

I love the curious calves!

Reb said...

That was wonderful Sis. Love the stubborn twine! The Houdini calves are so cute.

Hilary said...

Another fine video. You always come up with the perfect song choices. I kind of wish that those calves weren't so cute. Or that I was a vegetarian. Or something.

MizFit said...

Im with hilary on the song choices.

*mulls hiring BL to do her background music for facetime mondays*

R said...

Ha! Loved it! Note to self: spend a day on a ranch...be weary of Houdini calves, they seems mischievous :)

Gena said...

Did you put that together just for me, knowing how much I love cows? They're too cute!

tokaiangel said...

Loved the doggy snow gauntlet! I need one of those, it would be a great lower body workout :0)

TA x

the Bag Lady said...

BG - they really wanted to know what I had in my hand! (and probably whether it was edible....)

Reb - thanks! The twine really gave me a hard time that day!

Hilary - thanks! I know what you mean about the calves being cute. It's something I've had to struggle with, too.

Miz - thanks! I would love to! :)

Rupal - they have opened that gate 3 times! I've never had calves able to open gates! Hence the extra ties.

Gena - so glad you liked it! (and yes, I did have you in mind. :))

TA - I think those trails were actually made by deer, but the Princess loves them! Of course, the workout comes in actually breaking the trails...

new*me said...

just wanna kiss that little nose!

the Bag Lady said...

Annette - cute, isn't it? :)

Tricia said...

Oh man, it looks so cold there!

I'm really jealous of the doggie though.

Geosomin said...

That was great.
I loved the dog bounding through the snow...it looked higher than she was! :)

the Bag Lady said...

Tricia - it was actually quite warm, considering it's January in northern Alberta! But we are apparently heading back into more normal temperatures soon. ~~sigh~~

Geo - she was having a great time! The snow WAS higher than her, but it has settled a little with the warm weather.

solarity said...

Aw, they were so patient waiting for the hay to fall--until they finally gave up on you! And yes, if they had opposable thumbs there'd be no stopping those two.

I'm glad Princess enjoys the snow. Stony says "It's cold! It's wet! I was bred for the desert, Ma!"

Mary Anne in Kentucky

the Bag Lady said...

Mary Anne in Kentucky - the bull decided he needed to go check out a different female.... and I didn't have the bale down where he could reach it for a scratch! He will rub on the bale and move the whole loader! They are such powerful creatures!
Princess doesn't really like the snow either, especially when it's cold out. That day was very mild, so she had lots of sniffing to do!

Laura K. Curtis said...

Love it! Especially the dog trail through the snow...

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, Laura! And thanks for taking the time to comment.
The Princess definitely got her exercise that day.

Sagan said...

Love the music selection! Such a nice little peek into the ranch life. Their noses were so cute.

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, Sagan. Just another day on the ranch!

kcinnova said...

Fun song! Thanks for sharing :)

Conny said...

Once again another stellar post! I love the cow captions.

You may not have this childrens' program in Canada, US readers with small children probably do, but it reminded me of "Back at the Barnyard" which shows on Nickelodeon channel. When the farm lady is out of earshot, the animals talk amongst themselves and have great adventures. So cute and funny. I'll bet that's what your calves get up to once you've walked away.

Thanks again for brightening this day.

the Bag Lady said...

kcinnova - thanks for stopping by!

Conny - no, we don't get that one, at least, not that I'm aware of, but I'm sure you're right - the little brats are probably always plotting what they can try next!! :)