Mark Lundy speaking with Vade and Jake about the schedule of the day.
Tristan setting off to the field to round up the horses to be lead to the ropes.
Normally on a busy day anywhere up to 60 horses will be lead up to the corral.
Roping the horse(s) the cowboys wish to use that day.
Setting out to the field to hitch a trailer. Much earlier that morning the road was much to slippery due to the rain that fell the night before.
Goats are brought in and used to help clear brush and thick areas to keep fire suppression to a low. Not sure how many I saw but well over a couple hundred.
The wide open skies of Eastern Nevada. Such a calm and peaceful environment out there. It's easy to see and feel why cowboys dedicate their life to the land.
Mark, Jake, and Tristan sharing humorous stories about the times they camped out in this area.
The Cowboys (from left to right. Tristan, Jake, Vade, and Mark.)
I'd like to thank Mark Lundy for allowing to come out and learn a little of what it is takes to work on a ranch. To many this lifestyle would be very tough. From my experience, these men all love what they do each day. When you know where your heart belongs work will never seem like work at all.
Along Nevada route Hwy 93.
Ghost town along Hwy 93. Wish I had more time to explore inside the motel rooms.
Didn't even realize I captured this.
Some sort of animal skeleton.
Into the storm
I had to roll at 10mph through this for a about 5 mins. The road curved to the left where the thick of the storm was. Literally could not see anything and had to be guided by the wake up divot's in the middle and and right side of the road.
The calm after the storm.