"Old buildings should not be torn down; they should be left alone as a tribute to the people that came and busted their butts to provide shelter for their families."
Equipment from an era gone by also riddles the rancher's land. Tractors with steel wheels rust along the edge of the field, and feed wagons that have long said goodbye to the horse teams that pulled them through snow and mud become memorials to a way of life that is almost gone. Leaving us with only a glimpse of how the west was once wild and tough country, and a new found respect for the farmers and ranchers that were here generations ago.
Until the next time friends,