My son Brad with a couple of good mules and his best mule deer to date.

My son Brad with a couple of good mules and his best mule deer to date.

This are pictures doing what I love with friends. I will use my products as they are developed. If you have any special requests or Ideas, I will develop your Ideas and test them in the field if I think it is a marketable product. some of these photos are taken before I developed DR Cinches and so I was using generic tack. I will be getting some pictures up soon using more of my products.

Bring your A team animals and best equipment....Roughest county I've ever been in....Frank Church river of no return Wilderness.

Bring your A team animals and best equipment....Roughest county I've ever been in....Frank Church river of no return Wilderness.

Buddy Jeff Jones packing the garbage can panniers that he developed...we love them. conforms to the animals sides and keeps your stuff dry during the whole trip no matter the weather. Packs up as fast as you can slip the straps over the hoops and buckle the crows foot rigging. About 2 minutes.

Buddy Jeff Jones packing the garbage can panniers that he developed...we love them. conforms to the animals sides and keeps your stuff dry during the whole trip no matter the weather. Packs up as fast as you can slip the straps over the hoops and buckle the crows foot rigging. About 2 minutes.

I mostly team rope for fun now. But there was a time I traveled every weekend in the summer and roped in big jackpot ropings and state finals competitions  in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. All of these photos were taken before I started developing cinches and breast collars which is why you don't see them in the photos. I am using all the products I make now in all my activities.

I mostly team rope for fun now. But there was a time I traveled every weekend in the summer and roped in big jackpot ropings and state finals competitions  in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. All of these photos were taken before I started developing cinches and breast collars which is why you don't see them in the photos. I am using all the products I make now in all my activities.

I loved to calf rope and competed at a novice level. I won money but it was mostly for fun and even winning would barely cover fuel to go! But I had a lot of fun with my friends and had a couple of neat horses.

I loved to calf rope and competed at a novice level. I won money but it was mostly for fun and even winning would barely cover fuel to go! But I had a lot of fun with my friends and had a couple of neat horses.

This was a team of driving mules that I bought from Coyote mule company in Idaho and broke to ride...The one I'm riding I still have and is a dandy pack mule and loves everybody...the other....oh well....a pack string wrecker! spooky and explosive. Gone! As a side note. All the mules seen in my gallery except for Jeff's mules are from Coyote mule company. They back up there mules and I have loved working with them. I am currently working with them on a new molly for myself. look them up if you want a great riding mule. Note...the cool chainsaw scabbard that Jeff Jones developed. Scabbard stays on pack and chainsaw can be extracted in seconds. This system has been invaluable cutting logs off trails that were otherwise blocked.

This was a team of driving mules that I bought from Coyote mule company in Idaho and broke to ride...The one I'm riding I still have and is a dandy pack mule and loves everybody...the other....oh well....a pack string wrecker! spooky and explosive. Gone! As a side note. All the mules seen in my gallery except for Jeff's mules are from Coyote mule company. They back up there mules and I have loved working with them. I am currently working with them on a new molly for myself. look them up if you want a great riding mule. Note...the cool chainsaw scabbard that Jeff Jones developed. Scabbard stays on pack and chainsaw can be extracted in seconds. This system has been invaluable cutting logs off trails that were otherwise blocked.

Jeff Jones with his A Team in the Frank Church wilderness.

Jeff Jones with his A Team in the Frank Church wilderness.

My little heel horse...Teddy. With he new cinch and breast collar shown in cinch section

My little heel horse...Teddy. With he new cinch and breast collar shown in cinch section

My newest mule from Coyote mule company...Ida...A Pair A Dice bred and raised Molly. Wearing my Carrey Schwartz Wade saddle with a new cinch and pulling style breast collar I favor in the mountains, sorry about the straps in the way.. Shown for sale in the cinch section.

My newest mule from Coyote mule company...Ida...A Pair A Dice bred and raised Molly. Wearing my Carrey Schwartz Wade saddle with a new cinch and pulling style breast collar I favor in the mountains, sorry about the straps in the way.. Shown for sale in the cinch section.

A better look at the fit of my 3 piece breast collar with Jeremiah Watt engraved rings and the leather work on the center ring.

A better look at the fit of my 3 piece breast collar with Jeremiah Watt engraved rings and the leather work on the center ring.

My Ida mule...She was used in the Bitterroots Idaho to lead pack strings and pack out wolf heads for the game department. This after being used on two ranches as a cow horse.

My Ida mule...She was used in the Bitterroots Idaho to lead pack strings and pack out wolf heads for the game department. This after being used on two ranches as a cow horse.

This is charlie with a nice set. Look for it on my cinch page.

This is charlie with a nice set. Look for it on my cinch page.

This is the same set on my 16 hand  horse. It is only a 31 inch cinch on a horse that could use a 36 inch. When switching saddles on different size animals use a latigo on the off side instead of a billet to keep the rings out of the elbow of a bigger animal.

This is the same set on my 16 hand  horse. It is only a 31 inch cinch on a horse that could use a 36 inch. When switching saddles on different size animals use a latigo on the off side instead of a billet to keep the rings out of the elbow of a bigger animal.

Here is Charlie with a combo pack, riding cinch. It is 28 inches. I wish it was easier to see here...blow it up if you can but notice the tie rings knotted in below the cinch rings. They are inexpensive to buy and are excellent on all trail saddles and pack saddles. look for it on my cinch page and sale page.

Here is Charlie with a combo pack, riding cinch. It is 28 inches. I wish it was easier to see here...blow it up if you can but notice the tie rings knotted in below the cinch rings. They are inexpensive to buy and are excellent on all trail saddles and pack saddles. look for it on my cinch page and sale page.