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Branding crew

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Cowgirls bringing in the cattle
Ames field, Home Ranch
photo by Sharon O'Toole

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Calves, waiting for the crew
photo by Sharon O'Toole

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Foreign labor
Leah & Cindy, our Canadian friends
photo by Sharon O'Toole

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Lucky, hitching a ride
photo by Sharon O'Toole

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Megan & Eamon
after the gather
photo by Sharon O'Toole

Comments

Sharon, I enjoyed looking at your blog and the water is rising here in Montana as well. take care and say hi to pat.

Hank
Blackfoot Challenge
Ovando, MT

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About Pat & Sharon O'Toole

Sharon O'Toole
Pat and Sharon O’Toole are ranchers in the Little Snake River Valley near Savery, Wyoming, right on the Colorado-Wyoming border. They raise cattle, sheep, horses, dogs and children. Pat “immigrated” from Florida in 1970. He attended Colorado State University, where he met Sharon when both worked for the campus newspaper. Sharon grew up on their ranch, where they live and work with her father, their daughter, son and granddaughter (soon to be grandchildren!). Pat is a “water buffalo” and has served in the Wyoming House of Representatives (1986-1992), on the President’s Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission, and is the current President of the Family Farm Alliance, which advocates for farmers, ranchers and irrigators. Sharon is an author, poet and journalist. She writes extensively on Western issues and is a columnist for “The Shepherd” magazine. Pat and Sharon are the parents of three children: Meghan, 27; Bridget, 26; and Eamon, 20.
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