We spent our day doing various odd jobs around the place. Probably the most adventurous part of the day was when my dad went outside to start the water running in the stock cows' tank and he found a calf stuck in the tank... Dad got our lariat and made a halter for the calf and, after some effort, pulled the calf out. Since there's been so much snow lately, the fluffy stuff has piled up around the tank and, consequently, the sides of the tank have sunk lower and lower into the snowbank--allowing the calves to be able to crawl in, obviously. My dad got the tractor out after rescuing the stuck baby and pushed a lot of snow away from the tank. He then moved the tank to higher ground, so now the calves will just be able to drink the water--without crawling in for a swim. :)
I'll post the guesses and the answer tomorrow night.