#RangelandWednesday: Staying Busy

This week was busier than usual due to the fact we worked with yearlings, I moved the last of the flea beetles, and Terry and David were down in Denver for a conference.

Working with yearlings was just one of the things I helped with this week.

The start of the week was slow and uneventful. Kyle and I checked water tanks and made sure the pipeline sensor for the storage tank was cleaned. We did not find any water tanks on the pipelines that had major problems.

We checked on various pieces of equipment this week.

On Tuesday we did more water tank checks and repairs. Later in the day, I welded holes in old fuel tanks to be used as water tanks in the future. Tuesday and Wednesday were not great days for gathering bugs due to rain and lightning.

I cut holes in old fuel tanks so they can be used as water tanks.

David and Terry arrived from Denver around 10 p.m. on Wednesday. The next morning, I gathered bugs and delivered around three batches to draws in the back pastures.

Friday, I headed back to Laramie to visit family and catch up with some timely errands that could not wait.

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