Man’s mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions.

— Oliver Wendell Holmes

On our last morning at Tom and Trina’s, Tom, Trevor, and Richard gathered 30 heifers, sorted off the heavy 15, weighed them, then returned each group to their proper field. It was such a joy to work well-trained animals (the horses and the calves!) with special friends!

Heading out to the calvesHeading out to the calves

Moving to the left to turn the herd to the right.Moving to the left to turn the herd to the right

And through the gate!

Nice "T to the gate!"Nice “T to the gate!”

Richard and Boomer bringing up the rearRichard and Boomer bringing up the rear

And through the second gate into the corral for workingAnd through the second gate into the corral for working

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