What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.

— Pericles

Gaviota, California, March 1-3, 2018

We had a great group for our first school in Southern California.

The group shot including the yurt we spoke in at the El Capitan Canyon Resort.

Then we drove some really nice cattle with a view like this! Don’t Richard and I have a great job!

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  1. This course was absolutely amazing. I feel so honored to have had this experience. For someone who has been around cattle my whole life yet is just now getting into managing them my self I feel so fortunate to learn this method of handling. I absolutely encourage anyone that is working with livestock (cattle, sheep, pigs etc) to delve into this. It will be well worth your efforts. Thanks a million Bud for putting so much of your life into this and thank you Tina and Richard for carrying on the torch.

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