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Promontory Pointers

Winnie Richman
Leader Correspondent

Zane, Laura, Everly and Georgia Wheatley traveled to Providence to see the girls’ first movie.  The family had the whole theater to themselves, so when the girls got restless they were able to run all over without disturbing anyone.
The movie was the animated, “Escape from Planet Earth.”  After the movie, the family adjourned for dinner.
Boyd and Kris Udy loaded son Tyrell’s horses and drove toward Montana last weekend.  After about four and a half hours, they met Tyrell with his horse trailer, gave him the horses and headed back home.
The weather was good,” Boyd says, “but it was a long drive.”
Jim and Starr Mitchell are recovering.  They took a ride during the week to improve their spirits, but it seemed to improve their health, too.  They report granddaughter Gabrielle loves jumping in her jump seat and is rolling over and back again.
On Monday, Winnie Richman took advantage of the case lot sale at Kent’s Market.  She is relieved to have extra cans of a few things she uses frequently.
On Tuesday before piano lessons for Skyler, Winnie rented the movie “Brave” for Clynn and her to enjoy.  “It was wonderful,” the couple says.
On Thursday, Winnie drove to the Bear River Valley Co-op for grain and cat food.  That evening son Lyle and friend, Tony Gonzales, came out to unload it and spend some time with Clynn.
On Saturday, Winnie took a flat tire off the hay wagon to be fixed.  When she got it home, Greg and Heather Lott put it back on and took the tractor and wagon and load of hay to the Double S Bar Ranch’s winter pasture to feed.  More new calves were observed.
On Sunday, Winnie was too sick to do anything.  She stayed home, mostly in bed, between chores.
Aaron and April fed and did watering.



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