I've been familiarizing myself with Iphoto, and in the process I've made a few trips down memory lane. One thing I noticed was that I have had Jersey cows in my life quite a bit, and have the pictures to prove it.
Cliff with our son Jimmy, 1967. That was my dad's Sears Suburban lawn mower, which we have now; it still runs.
This is me (was I really that slim?) with a registered Jersey heifer, "Donna's Generator Joy". Her sire was the top Jersey bull of that time. This wasn't long before she had her first calf.
I don't recall which cow this one grew up to be. I do remember the Waylon Jennings T-shirt I'm wearing there, though. I loved Waylon, and still do! May he rest in peace.
This is from the period when I was raising twenty-five to fifty baby calves a year. I had eight or ten calf hutches like the ones in this picture; that's my two oldest grandchildren, Arick and Amber, with me.
There I am with all the grandchildren I had in 1991. The dog is our old Chow, Brandy. Arick and Amber are each holding a baby goat.