Friday Five collection of random photos from our favorite ranch workamping job over our last two months at Vickers Ranch hint at things to come.
Workamping with pets and without them has both pros and cons, as we came to discover during our first summer season workamping job without Wyatt Ray Dawg.
Paying homage to Old Blue, the best ranch vehicle ever. And introducing Old Red. Two Vickers Ranch work Jeeps
Ranch workamper Jim shares more photos from his workamping job at Vickers Ranch, as he hopes to provide more details (and video) when the season ends.
Jim shares more ranch workamping scenes for another collection of random nomadic lifestyle photos for this week’s Friday Fine in the Live Work Dream blog.
Jim shares the good, bad and ugly side of workamping with tribute to Sandman and deep thoughts about a brilliant rainbow in the horse pasture outside his door.
Photos of variety work from ranch workamping projects and the rare days off at Vickers Ranch. Cutting wood, logging, trail running, and more.
Jim shares ranch workamping photos from more ranch workamping projects from another not-so-typical week at Vickers Ranch.
What do ranch workampers do? There are no typical ranch workamping duties. Every job, and every day, is different when workamping on a ranch.
Just when we got settled into our duplex, we decided to shake things up by workamping again in Lake City, Colorado. Come along for the ride starting in July!