Tuesday, December 13, 2011

TGIT

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15 comments:

Rita B. said...

thought you said "no plans for a dog".....very pretty pups.

BBC said...

Oooh, I want that welder.

John Wells said...

those aren't my dogs but that is my welder...

MsBelinda said...

Those burros are adorable :)

Doug said...

are you planning on catching some more rain from the screened room?..lookin good John..keep up the good work and happy holidays my friend!

Cat said...

Are the burros just wild? Does anybody own them? You could always try to use them to produce some energy. Check out all the horse powered equipment on the net. Im sure you could come up with some ingenuis ideas. Its amazing what an animal will do for some range feed.

Susie said...

What is that building going to be when it is completed?

John Wells said...

The burros are wild. The bldg is going to be a screen room...it's on Chuck and Aunt Kathy's property. I did some welding in exchange for some work Chuck did on my Ural motorcycle - selling it soon.

John Wells said...

...the dogs, Thor and Shadow belong to Chuck.

zwango said...

Always love your photography.
Sorry to hear you are selling the Ural - looks like a blast.

Davetta said...

Mr. Wells, you are one of the most amazing people I've ever encountered. Every time I come here to visit (often), you've gotten so much farther ahead, it shocks me. Everything looks great! It looks like you're building a brand new town out there in the desert. :)

Pablo said...

those wild burros look very sweet friendly as in times of early settlers, yes they do belong to the Big Bend greater areas and they own -the burros-that wilderness- where they ve been over 100 and more years xxxx

QBBSAXET said...

It is just amazing what you have done in “The Big Country”. Hope to get out to that area again, and see your place in person. Best of luck!

PS said...

Hey, I've got triplet grand daughters, and I can't get them to look at the camera at the same time. What's your secret? Carrots? Charm?

Great photo.

S.A.B.L.E. said...

I see the Board of Directors, aka burros, paid you a visit to check on your work. It appears to be a another job well done.