My Job. . . Fire Watch

When welding needs to be done. Someone needs to be on fire duty. So I watch for smoldering grass and flare ups. In our dry climate in Wyoming this is an important job. The grass feeds our livestock. If a fire starts up it could not only burn our pastures but our neighbors as well. 

This is just another one of those daily tasks that are just as important as our livestock working days. Keeping fences and water sources in top shape enables us to focus on other things. 

Today we were fixing corners and supports around a new solar well. This will help the cattle to utilize this side of the pasture. 


This helmet was my sons Christmas gift. He was at school today and my hubby needed one. It works great, thanks John. 

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