Job Posting from Lander, WY


I am looking for an amazing person who is honest, considerate and excited to be a jack-of-all-trades. Someone to fix fence, make a gate that opens without always buying a new powder river one, repair old barns and sheds in a manner in keeping with their character, understand how water flows through a ditch and across a meadow; run a tractor or a skid steer, chain saw, shovel, backhoe, four-wheeler; how to look under the hood to see if there is oil, battery, radiator and wires or if there is air in the tires; someone who just likes being busy and doesn’t mind working alone; someone with common sense and the sense to work safely; someone who understands that all life on a ranch is not depicted in a Marlboro commercial; someone who likes working in an environment that takes pride in maintaining room at the table for everything that calls the ranch home, such as beaver, cougar, bear, red angus cattle, eagles, blue herons, churro sheep, trout, ancient cottonwoods, sage, willow and cedar, mule deer, coyotes, dung beetles, hummingbirds, and pigmy owls along with an assortment of chickens, ducks, turkeys, peafowl, snakes, voles, and an old apple orchard that desperately needs a bit ( an understatement) of pruning so we can make cider again and endless apple pies. I am looking for a magic person who is as patient with an old cow that can’t see the wide-open gate right in front of her as they are with the pick-up that decided not start this morning of all mornings; and who appreciates animals as well as himself and his tools; a person that doesn’t mind an occasional day in the saddle.

Pay and benefits are negotiable for the right person.

From Dave, via his boy Weaver. Pure gold.

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  1. James Brown
    Posted December 14, 2009 at 10:34 am | Permalink

    Hopefully applicants realize this is a real job and not a theatrical production in which one continues playing pretend in Brooklyn costume.

  2. bobby
    Posted December 22, 2009 at 6:52 pm | Permalink

    PLEASE DO follow up with a profile of the individual who fills this position.

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