Today, the little troupe had some assistance from the Drummonds’ ranch hand, Josh Sellers, known on the blog as Cowboy Josh, who lives in a small house on their property.
Sellers, a dark-haired man in his mid-thirties, drove out into the pasture in a white Dodge “feed truck” and began honking the horn at regular intervals, a signal to the cattle that they will be fed.
As the steers cruised toward the truck, Ladd and the four kids—he in buckskin chaps and a brown cowboy hat, they in cowboy boots with tiny spurs—rode out along the edges of the pasture to keep the herd together.
Paige led, while Todd stood sentry at the back of the line.
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Drummond stood on the pickup’s running board while the engine idled. She is forty-two years old, with startlingly white teeth, and full cheeks dimpled like thumbprint cookies. It’s an attitude that seems quaint and anachronistic, as do her pleasant good looks. The trim, silver-haired Ladd, who is also forty-two, and who speaks only as necessity dictates, told me that the children could all ride by the age of three and that they now all help in the fields.
telephoto lens, which she uses to avoid the paparazzi effect: cows and horses won’t skitter away from her, and cowboys will remain unself-consciously macho.
1851 Census - Gloucestershire, Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Cornwall, Birmingham, Dorset, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, Berkshire & Buckinghamshire - 1891 CENSUS - Warwickshire, Somerset, Bristol & Wiltshire and more on the way.
There are a number of enumeration books missing, or parts of enumeration books (usually missing start or finish), from the 1861 census.