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August 20, 2013
Posted at 7:23 pm

'The legend of Eli Crow—Part Four—The Young Bucks'

Chapter 64

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Crow Ridge
May, 1888

Spring and summer on Crow Ridge is a time for
selling off cattle, and working in the hay fields.

The Young Bucks are a few months shy of their
13th birthdays and ready to help even more with
the ranch work.

Eli makes a deal with a man from Kansas to bring
his hay press to Crow Ridge and bale their alfalfa
hay during the spring and summer months.

The Bucks do their part as they take over running
the bale press.

Riding back and forth to the hayfields, it seems
their horses always want to run.

The young Paint horse called 'Cheyenne' is
now four years old and runs with them
each day, just as he's done since he
was born.

Boy does Cheyenne love to run!