We enjoyed 4 different rotations:
* Going on a wagon ride pulled by 2 beautiful strong percheron horses
* Taking a hike with Bruce who shared about changes due to the flood in 2013. He also showed us old barns and explained how old farming equipment worked.
* Visiting 'Round up Camp' where we sat by a campfire and learned about cowboy ranching history.
* Touring the "Belly of the Bar U" where we went in a ice house, food storage shed and a building where they used to generate only enough electricity for 1 light bulb! We also went in an old ranch house where the cowboys ate and slept. The kitchen had so many different artifacts including an old stove. Outside we also saw an old washing machine (washboard & ringer), a chicken coop, garden and we even went down into a root cellar.
In the afternoon the skies darkened and we did our last rotation in the rain. We felt a small amount about how hard life was for the cowboys. I think many were thankful for a warm dry bus.