My father in law started to spread the dirt and then Mr. Cowboy took over. Mr. Cowboy is very particular about his dirt. You could tell Mr. Cowboy was eye balling his Dad on the tractor. You have to watch his Dad sometimes. You just never know what he will do with the tractor. One day I had to intervene when my father in law was trying to pull a telephone pole out of the ground. The pole was about 12 inches from my Sundowner horse trailer. So, needless to say, you sometimes have to keep an eye on him.
I wouldn't have known where to start. I guess first I would have to know how to start the tractor. In college they offered a class on tractor driving. Maybe I should have taken it. I am very clueless on how to operate any kind of equipment. I just learned how to use the riding lawn mower about two years ago.
Mr. Cowboy worked that dirt over. He tried to get it as close to the driveway as possible. Cowpokette kept a close watch too. Her brothers, on the other hand, were too busy to watch the dirt being moved around. They were busy doing bike jumps off of the porch. Dare devils. As entertaining as it was, I too left to go inside to cook some dinner. We now have to be inside a bit earlier because school started today. I think I was dreading school starting more than Big Cowpoke was. I hate to get up at 6:30 in the morning just to get up a cranky boy and then try to catch the bus. Big Cowpoke is not a morning person. He was all set for the first day of school.He got one new uniform, new boots, new socks, and a new book bag. Big Cowpoke calls his book bag a book sack. Here he is showing off his new book sack. My goodness they sure grow up fast. Big Cowpoke will be repeating the first grade this year. We are hoping to see a lot of A's. I am excited to see how his day went.