Someone drove through the fence at the ranch. Thank goodness this one had insurance. The ranch is on a farm to market road running from John's hometown to the next town west. When I first met John you could travel between these two towns and maybe only meet two cars. Now there is constant traffic all hours of the day and night. Some of them end up on John's fence. This last one claimed he dodged a varmit and lost control. He wasn't sure what it was but thought it was a wild hog. Could have been, could have fell asleep, could have had too much to drink. The fence must be repaired immediately. If the cattle get out its a big danger to motorist and to the animals. Once I remember a large truck pulling a mobile home drove into the bar ditch and into the fence and the mobile home turned over. Think that one claimed to have jackknifed. Another time a brand new truck hauling illegals being chased by the Border Patrol drove into the fence and the illegals bailed out and ran into the brush. The guys were caught but the driver (called a coyote) got away. Then the new truck was reported stolen. Probably not, that is the game they play. Another time a girl in a cute little red car went into the fence and ended up heading the opposite direction. Someone in town came to her rescue and towed her out and fixed the fence. Another time I was standing by the cattle guard watching John spray weeds in the cattle guard. A car came barreling down the highway from town and slammed on the brakes when they got even with us. They ended up in the bar ditch on the other side of the highway but was able to drive away after sitting there long enough for their heart to calm down. If they had veered to our side they would have hit us most probably. Took a while for our hearts to calm down too. The large ranch John gave up had a car to drive through the fence in the middle of the night. They were able to get the car out and not report it. Just left the fence open and the next day we found little toys in the field and the fence in need of repair. Fences are not for driving on but people do sometime.