Mabel Hanley - When I first married, I didn't know a thing in the world about a horse or cattle either. But, it didn't take me very long to learn. We had…it was during the dipping time, fever ticks and every two weeks we had to dip every cow we had. And we'd leave before daylight in the morning to ride way back there and gather the cattle. It would be daylight by the time we'd ride our horses back in there. It was so brushy and this old horse that they put me on, he was so rough. It was an old white horse. When I'd be running after a cow or something, he'd come to a bush, he'd just jump the bush. He wouldn't go around it; he'd jump it. And the only time I ever swam…rode a swimming horse was one day we were over in there and the creek got up on us, and I had to ride...our horses had to swim across the creek. Of course, I had never been on a swimming horse. It scared me to death. But I got on the down side of Dick's horse, you know, and that kind of protected me. It's kind of a funny sensation riding a swimming a horse. I had quit. I'll tell you how come I had quit. We were working cattle up in that front pasture one day, and I was running an old cow around a Mott of trees. And he stepped in a hole and threw me clear. And boy, I hit the back of my head. I had a headache the rest of the day. And Clark saw it when it happened. He was helping us, and of course he came on over to me and helped me up. But I got back on the horse, and I rode all day long; worked cattle all day. And Charles Scott – it scared him so bad, he made me promise I'd never help work cattle anymore. And I quit. But, I've been sorry ever since that I quit riding. I didn't quit riding, but I never did help work cattle anymore.