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Winnie Richman

Leader Correspondent

Laura Wheatley received good news last week. Her sister Joann had a healthy baby boy. He will be named Luke.

Zane, Laura and girls drove to Heber City to watch the sheep dog trials. Even though the girls are young, the action was fast enough and varied enough to keep the girls attention. There was one event called the Splash Dog where dogs jump off a ramp to retrieve a toy. There was also a measurement of how far the dogs went before splashing down. Georgia got a little too close and got wet.

Boyd and Kris Udy welcomed son Tyrell home for the weekend. They all went up to Monte Cristo.

Tyrell and Boyd Udy went to Clay Nicholas’ place for his annual roping. “It was just for fun,” Boyd says. “There was no need to worry about winning.”

Heather Lott, Clynn and Winnie Richman’s daughter, would like to say “hi” to Kinsey Lott, her niece. “We had fun camping with you!” she says.

On Tuesday, Winnie drove to Tremonton and took a birthday gift to brother-in-law Jack Apodaca. Also visiting were sister Pam was sister Hilary Russell from Oregon.

Shortly after the threesome left, Clynn’s brother DeLoy Richman and cousin Joyner Lofthouse arrived at the ranch for a visit.

After a short nap Winnie took off for piano lessons. Skyler was the only one present and he did great. He and Mrs. Smith played a duet.

Wednesday Winnie and Carolyn Carter drove to art in Clearfield. Both worked on their projects.

On Friday friend George Coray came to the Double S Bar. He had read that Winnie painted so he brought her his recently deceased wife Karen’s paints and brushes. “They will really add to my ability to extend my way of putting paint on canvas,” she says.

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