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Gypsy Soul

I’ve always had a gypsy soul. I was born with it and I like to think it’s because of my Native ancestors and my pioneering roots. It might drive some crazy, but I love it. Heck, I’ve moved over 35 times in my life (all in a span of 15 years)! I love to travel and see new places. I enjoy experiencing new things. My bucket list grows as soon as I cross something off the list. If I’m not working towards something I tend to get lost in the weeds. I gave up my nomadic lifestyle almost 15 years ago when I said “I do” to my cowboy. I traded my mobility for a deep-rooted future intertwined with my family’s long history in ranching. I honestly didn’t plan to be back on the ranch, but that’s what is fun about’s an unexpected ride full of surprises. I’m thrilled with how it’s turned out for me so far. It’s one of the best things that’s ever happened to me! My ranch life keeps me grounded and focused on what’s important. I absolutely love this life and I know I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be. However, I believe it’s equally important to allow yourself the freedom to wander through your goals...dream big. There is no “can’t”. If you can conceive it, you can achieve it! When we lose sight of what we are working for it muddies our sense of direction. No matter what is going on in this world you still have your own determination and focus to pull you through. Don’t ever forget that and never stop working towards what makes you happy. It’s important to live your best’s the only one you’re going to get. ~Cheyenne

PS. This is our Gypsy Vanner stud, Scout. Isn't he handsome?! We are super excited for his babies that are beginning to arrive!



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