Cattle guards and Gates 05/12/2019 / Childhood Hunger American Trek I am in open range country which means cattle guards and Gates here are some pictures explaining what that means. Coming up on the gate Stopped at the gate What the gates look like What the cattle guard looks like Gate is open The gate is open laying on the ground Drove the boys through the gate and hobbled Renegade they couldn’t take off Gate is closed Hobbles are back on the wagon Driving off Share this:TwitterPrintEmailFacebookSkypeLike this:Like Loading...
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P s I have never seen anything anyone else has written – anyone out there or am I not informed about how to comment and get a resonse or comment?
dottie – in Georgia now
Wish I lived enroute so I could host you when you are nearby 🙂
Hello Dottie so good to hear from you. Lol maybe one day I’ll do a trip through Ga not sure why you can’t see the comments but I will check on it.
Where are the “Shady Oasis” rest areas? Those ranchers that work out there every day must get sunburned huh? 🙂
Are there always gates you can drive a wagon through? I thought I saw some in MT only wide enough to ride a horse through, not drive through.
Would love to know in case one day I take a journey. 🙂
Not all the time local Information is important or scouting the road