"Seriously, your driving out from Ideeho to help me move to RB!" I said.
"Yes, we are! I will rent a trailer there and we can get it done in one go!" Buzz said.
"Well dang, it's only going to happen if you take my oak table and chairs back with you for your cabin, and all my tack for your mules. Otherwise, you can't help!"
"Fine with us, see you in a couple days!"
So he and my sister by marriage, drove 650 miles to move me 85. They were awesome help, and have called to see how I'm settling in, and tell me how much they are enjoying the table & chairs.
There is a bit of history in that table & chairs: the old oak table, came out of a barn somewhere in the back of beyond and took lots of hours with 0000 steel wool to give it life again. The pressback chairs were given to my mother by a rancher's wife while the folks were on an elk hunting trip. The seats were gone, spindles and legs loose. I re-caned the seats and re-dowled the spindles. They have held up pretty well for cowcamp furniture that has moved in more stock trailers than some horses...
I'm blessed to have a great brother, who I know will always have my six. Same here, Brother O Mine.