Such a gorgeous sunset right over the place where we spread your ashes looking out at Elk Mountain. So many people showed up to pay their respects at the service. So many great stories were told and it was obvious that you were loved by anyone who knew you. We had so many pictures of our adventures and family get togethers and we enjoyed reliving all those fun memories with others. As we drove out to the ranch to spread your ashes the procession of vehicles was interrupted by two nice Muley bucks crossing the road….so fitting. Chris and I had a lovely time talking about the family tree that I brought for her.
It was pretty hard to be back at the home place knowing you would never be there with us again and that it was our last time staying there. I’ll miss watching the does come to graze out front in the morning and watching the moon come up at night, the wind in the trees and so much more.
I hope that you are at peace now that you are back home in the Black Hills and that you passed on knowing how deeply we all love you.
I’m so glad you were part of our family. I love you Poppy!