Yesterday I looked out my living room windows just in time to see some guy galloping on his horse with his two dogs going across our pasture. I looked out the dining room windows and they had their truck and trailer parked down in our far north pasture entrance and another guy on another horse. I got my husband and he jumped in the truck and went down there and asked them what they were doing and they said that they thought they saw their cows in our back 40 pasture. He told them he was lucky they didn't get shot and that next time ask. Now I don't have a problem with them going to look for their cows, which by the way weren't there. But what got me is they just pulled in there and then proceeded to do their thing and never stopped by and asked if it was OK. It wouldn't have taken them 30 seconds to ask and I would told them fine, but I at least would have liked to have known rather than seeing some strange man riding across my pasture! My husband told him that we have a lot of people try to sneak back to our back 40 to go deer hunting. (it's real wooded back there) And since it's getting close to deer hunting, can't be too careful. Is there laws that say that if a person looses their critter they can go on another property without asking? I mean I guess if I was in hot pursuit of my sheep I would go on another property, but all the land around us, the owners are at least miles away if not counties away. Our house is right here in plain sight. I don't know, I guess it just kind of aggravated me. I just thought it was rude. I think people are getting more rude these days. OK, I'm done now.