This picture is for lucy. Roadrunners are smaller then wild turkeys. and they look different The correct name I believe is Chaparell birds and the Mexican people call them Pasiano birds. They were missing from the ranch today. We didn't see any. I don't know where they go. We did see a fine coyote cross in front of us on one of the little roads on the ranch. At first glance John and I both thought it was a deer. Most coyotes we see are small, dark, and scroungy. The one today was big, light, and healthy looking. Lisa over at Salemslot helped me name Ginger's calf. She had suggested Cinnamon but I told her it is solid black so I was thinking Pepper and she agreed, so Pepper it is. I don't know how we will tell it from all the other new calves as most are being born black like the bulls. Its hard to distinguish if there are no markings. Noel was looking around everywhere as he had been separated from his mom Shelly Marie. He really is a mama's boy. It was muddy everywhere but not enough rain to keep us from driving anywhere. We had one mesquite tree down in front of a gate but John can still squeeze the truck down the lane until he cuts it in pieces or pulls it out of the way. The turtles are fine.