Jim Mitchell rescued a barn owl caught in some fence wires. It hurt its wing, was in shock and one of its feet was drawn into a grasping shape due to hypothermia. Jim and Starr cleaned its wing (after putting a hood on it to prevent biting) and wrapped it to keep it warm in a cage. The next day they took it to Ogden to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center on 12th Street. After rehabilitation the center will release the barn owl back in Promontory into familiar surroundings.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is totally a volunteer organization. They need old towels and old blankets for their rescue work. They also need volunteers. If interested in doing volunteer work, please call (801) 814-7888.
Starr Mitchell also reports she is grateful for the Box Elder County bookmobile. “I really love to read. There are about 10,000 titles to choose from.”
Orson Poulsen reports good progress on his shed. He will use logs to side it to match his home.
On Monday, Jeannette drove to Salt Lake City to visit with four of her children at a family dinner. One son from Moab was in Salt Lake to learn how to teach CPR.
On Saturday, Orson and Jeannette drove to Grantsville to buy a sickle bar mower to harvest his hay.
On Wednesday, Kaye Draper bowled another 300 on Wii at the Liberty Senior Center. On Friday Kaye and four others went to lunch. After lunch they played bingo at the Lowell Apartment Recreation Center. On Saturday night a group at Kaye’s building played Shanghai Rummy and Rummy 500. On Sunday, Kaye went to Carolyn and Bill Bolton’s home for dinner and cards.
Boyd Udy is using his team of Belgium/Halflinger cross horses to feed hay in the fields. The family cutter teams are going to participate in the state and world cutter finals, having placed first, second and fourth with their three teams in local competition. Boyd uses Crocker to head the teams to the gates.
On Monday, Clynn and Winnie visited Dr. Long in Logan to make sure Clynn’s new leg supports fit properly. On Tuesday, Aaron and April Richman came to the Double S Bar Ranch to help Winnie Richman feed the calves and cows.
Tuesday evening, Lyle came out to unload two weeks worth of grain and cat food.
On Wednesday, Lyle and children, Reagen and Brantzen, joined Winnie for her and Clynn’s 43rd anniversary dinner. At the last minute Clynn felt unwell and didn’t join them, but Winnie ordered a take-out meal for him.
Winnie apologizes to Kris Udy for leaving her out of an important news item. Kris also went to the Logan LDS Temple with Boyd, Tyrell and Tyrell’s fiance.