#901 We stumbled upon Chaos! And it was AWESOME!

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Outdoors With The Morgans

Ай мурун

Today Melissa and I went to a rodeo unlike we have ever been to in Big Timber Montana! We left West Yellowstone and saw a Kubota KX-080 Excavator that reminded me of home then through part of Yellowstone National Park up through Gardiner and Livingston then to BIG TIMBER for Chaos Rodeo Company Rodeo where everyday cowboys compete with one another.
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Kevin Lew
Kevin Lew 9 күн мурун
6:17 Mike: “This is what you call a real rodeo. The guys out here are the ones that do this for a living every day.” Set Director: “Queue the horse.”
Jason Johnson
Jason Johnson 22 күн мурун
The horsemanship is great, KGpost is stupid! How can you demonetize this?
Christopher Jordan
Christopher Jordan 27 күн мурун
👍🏻👏
Christopher Jordan
Christopher Jordan 27 күн мурун
It is called a ranch rodeo
Roger McKinstry
Roger McKinstry Ай мурун
KGpost flags this? You got to be kidding! That's exactly what's wrong with the world today! That's how they do it out West! Duh!!
Jennifer Tingley
Jennifer Tingley Ай мурун
Enjoyed watching a real rodeo, with real cowboys!
Sofa King Good
Sofa King Good Ай мурун
I loved this video. Great to see cowboys swinging that lariat.
Darren Lemieux
Darren Lemieux Ай мурун
This is the video of that grizzly killing the elk. Only one woman caught the actual kill on camera but there’s a lot more videos of it after the fact. kgpost.info/will/video/rLDTlXuenXJrc68
RB_Builds_
RB_Builds_ Ай мурун
This video never popped up in my feed i only knew about it cause of mike mentioned it in a new video so i came to find it. This happen to anyone else?
Greg Ciesielski
Greg Ciesielski Ай мурун
Great video, this is something we missed seeing when we were in Montana last year. Thanks for sharing this!!
jean desjardins
jean desjardins Ай мурун
Love all your videos, but not this one.
Greg J
Greg J Ай мурун
Great video. Too bad KGpost flagged it. Ridiculous
Tom McMillan
Tom McMillan Ай мурун
Great video, real hard work on display with professional cowboys roping cattle which doesn't hurt the animal. You Tube could benefit from obtaining real common sense...
Bonnie hall
Bonnie hall Ай мурун
Really enjoy your videos. Don’t usually comment but did on this one just because KGpost is being ridiculous. You have wholesome family videos unlike some of the other stuff that’s out there.
Bible and Bibs
Bible and Bibs Ай мурун
Great video, it is good to see working cowboys showing their skills
Banjo Benson
Banjo Benson Ай мурун
Great rodeo footage, it is always cold in west yellowstone, it is the elevation.
Kimberly Magyar
Kimberly Magyar Ай мурун
Great video!
Robert Barker
Robert Barker Ай мурун
Love this video keep up the good work
Tina D
Tina D Ай мурун
Wonderful share of true hard working cowboys. City dwellers are clueless to this life. As are those who would deny you monies and sensor your appreciation for a view of a different life. Please keep up the wonderful sharing
TJ Hollanders
TJ Hollanders Ай мурун
Still up for viewing. Looks like 21,000+ views
Bill Fenner
Bill Fenner Ай мурун
I don't think that it's anything bad. They have been doing this kind of thing for lots of years. This is true cowboy stuff!
james donelson
james donelson Ай мурун
The video work is really good.Great content as usual.
robertbryson1
robertbryson1 Ай мурун
He'll welcome to rodeo life
bob
bob Ай мурун
if youtube considers this cruelty to animals than they need to ban burgerking/mcdonalds adds as well
jason reeder
jason reeder Ай мурун
Flagged by people who think food just appears in the grocery store and dont know how it gets there
Beverley Riddell
Beverley Riddell Ай мурун
We loved it nothing wrong with this video with cowboys 👍👍👍👍👍
Scott Featherstone
Scott Featherstone Ай мурун
I really enjoy the smaller and less formal rodeos also. The sights, smells, and critters. Have always liked rodeo.
Scott Featherstone
Scott Featherstone Ай мурун
Poor little cowboys!
Robert Richard
Robert Richard Ай мурун
This was flagged by KGpost? Give me a break!
finpainter1
finpainter1 Ай мурун
Geez ad free wonder why?
Samantha Kilpatrick
Samantha Kilpatrick Ай мурун
Hi mike and Melissa , you two remind me of my partner and me , I love to talk to people and my partner loves cutting wood and his Kabota tractor 🚜 .😀❤️
Steve McMullen
Steve McMullen Ай мурун
That brings back memories, spent 5 days visiting Yellowstone and still enjoy watching videos and comments about it!! Very Scenic!!
Alan E
Alan E Ай мурун
Mike & Melissa, Another GREAT video. Thanks for the links to Chaos Rodeo and Bill's wife's FaceBook Channel. You didn't happen to detour over to Quake Lake while you were in West Yellowstone did you? Another example of Natures power. The wind that you saw/felt in Big Timber is not uncommon in the mountain states. They even had a rail car blow over in Cheyenne. Yes, it blows that way in the winter as well. Look at some of the trees and you can tell the prevailing winds as many will show flagging, where most of the branches will be on the down wind side of the tree. They say that the, "Wyoming Wind Festival" starts on January 1st and ends on December 31st, at least there is a T-shirt that says so.
Troll Killa Nobody Really Michael hall
Troll Killa Nobody Really Michael hall Ай мурун
Hello Morgan's! Still playing catch up on the videos. Awesome to see the simpler lifestyle some still live. Loving your music choices on your adventure. Hope to make it out west in the near future. Safe travels friends
Merle Warnsholz
Merle Warnsholz Ай мурун
Mike & Melissa - Great video. Thanks for sharing the rodeo footage. Blessings to you both. Hi to Hunter, Hannah, & Eva.
Mark Bachman
Mark Bachman Ай мурун
Here is a link to the Grizzly/Elk encounter that you mentioned. kgpost.info/will/video/rLDTlXuenXJrc68
HTPJohn
HTPJohn Ай мурун
I've never been to rodeo but Crystal has (growing up in Oklahoma), really neat stuff. Gives me hope for our country to see this still being practiced. Safe Travels Morgans. God Bless.
Gregg B
Gregg B Ай мурун
Mike, typically (at least western areas) that treated lumber is hemlock, that is kiln dried, ran thru an (incising) machine such as you described, thus the "incising" marks, then under pressure, the treatment (for rot & pests) is injected into the wood. Hemlock takes this treatment the best. The treated lumber with those marks is usually used in wall construction as the bottom plate making contact with the concrete slab or foundation wall, and not exposed. They do manufacture non-incised, and a little better quality (knots, wane etc.,) lumber for exposed decking, and trim(s) for the decking. As an aside, almost all the lumber shipped to Hawaii for housing construction has this treatment. Studs, plate, etc., from floor to roof is used, because of pest bugs...
Consuela Yiv
Consuela Yiv Ай мурун
Out here in CA our PT wood is Doug fir and it has all those cuts in it. I always wondered why other PT wood does not have the cuts. It used to be green because of the particular chemical used, but CA banned that chemical and now our PT wood is red with the marks. I would much rather have plain colored wood without marks. Lol
Shawn B
Shawn B Ай мурун
Wood Incising - a form of pressure treating for certain woods resistant to the preservatives From the Wood Handbook, chapter 14; www.fpl.fs.fed.us/documnts/fp...tr113/ch14.pdf Incising Wood that is resistant to penetration by preservatives may be incised before treatment to permit deeper and more uniform penetration. To incise, lumber and timbers are passed through rollers equipped with teeth that sink into the wood to a predetermined depth, usually 13 to 19 mm (1/2 to 3/4 in.). The teeth are spaced to give the desired distribution of preservative with the minimum number of incisions. A machine of different design is required for deeply incising the butts of poles, usually to a depth of 64 mm (2.5in.) (Fig. 14–2). The effectiveness of incising depends on the fact that preservatives usually penetrate into wood much farther in the longitudinal direction than in a direction perpendicular to the faces of the timber. The incisions open cell lumens along the grain, which greatly enhances penetration. Incising is especially effective in improving penetration in the heartwood areas of sawn surfaces. Incising is practiced primarily on Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and western larch ties and timbers for pressure treatment and on cedar and Douglas-fir poles. Incising can result in significant reductions in strength
Wander Lost Family
Wander Lost Family Ай мурун
It’s wind like that all the time!!
Mrbink01
Mrbink01 Ай мурун
Big Timber is home to two great American gun manufacturers...Shiloh Sharps and C. Sharps Arms
Tom Fillmore
Tom Fillmore Ай мурун
That was awesome those guys know what there doing and so do the horses thanks for sharing
ECUDiscGolf
ECUDiscGolf Ай мурун
You betchya! Lovin’ the ‘Morgan’s Go West’ series from here in NC
Harold Burns
Harold Burns Ай мурун
Great music selection again, Mike
Real Airplane
Real Airplane Ай мурун
Next video will probably be ....WE’RE HOME!....
Pohbor 57
Pohbor 57 27 күн мурун
@Real Airplane you got that right!!!! Have a great weekend!!!!
Real Airplane
Real Airplane Ай мурун
PohBor 57 when I am on the ground it is easy to be wrong, but on tthe other hand being wrong and being a pilot does not work, even in my paper airplane. CHEERS......
Pohbor 57
Pohbor 57 Ай мурун
That's impossible, you can't be wrong, you're the Real Paper Airplane.
Real Airplane
Real Airplane Ай мурун
Here is a free one for you Motor Mike and it is not fake...I WAS WRONG.... Nice hat Mel...
John Gaudreau
John Gaudreau Ай мурун
These videos got me wanting to watch some spaghetti westerns.
Dave Schmidt
Dave Schmidt Ай мурун
The bandana is the universal fashion accessary out west.
Real Airplane
Real Airplane Ай мурун
Hard to believe that the kids wear anything but OUTDOORS WITH THE MORGANS. By the way did you see any Morgan breed horses?
Jan Skoropinski
Jan Skoropinski Ай мурун
The cuts allow more pentration of the chemicals. In the west the pressure treated lumber with cut are classified as ground contact..the pressure treated wood without the slits is for above ground use.
Jerry Gibs
Jerry Gibs Ай мурун
There used to be big timber. The wind blew it all over 🤗
Larry Kluck
Larry Kluck Ай мурун
I seen a few of the pressure treated wood like that here in Minnesota.
Larry Kluck
Larry Kluck Ай мурун
What kind of gas mileage are you getting with the truck?
Greg J
Greg J Ай мурун
There’s no place like home👍 I’ve enjoyed the videos of your trip out west as I’ve been to many of the same places and it brings back great memories. I’m ready for a road trip myself but first need to get settled into the new house. Safe trip home to Pennsylvania 🇺🇸
Blake Downs
Blake Downs Ай мурун
Incising is used to open pours of the wood so the pressure treat can enter the wood in alberta Canada we incise the wood SPF then goes into huge tanks the chemical is put in and put under pressure and left then pulled out and left on a drying deck till ready for packaging
Killinger
Killinger Ай мурун
Looks like a fantastic trip! My wife and I are discussing a 2 week adventure out west next year! Your videos reminded me of the things I still haven't seen.
Jesse Cox
Jesse Cox Ай мурун
Big Timber became Big Windy, because it blew all the timber down lol
Hal Shaw
Hal Shaw Ай мурун
Mike, now you have competition! Delci has videos about GOATS!!!
Daniel Djr
Daniel Djr Ай мурун
Yes that grizzly bear killing an elk was in the news .showed it stalking it and chased it into the water.drowned it and the bear was exhausted so it floated on the elk back to shore and then he filled up in fresh elk meat. That also made me think about yall roaming in the wilderness with the bear.but Im guessing the elk was on the menu that day and not humans. Lucky you 😁😆
Patrick Wagz
Patrick Wagz Ай мурун
Those calf looked -delicious- ... I mean adorable!! ;-)
Peter Christensen
Peter Christensen Ай мурун
Excellent series !!
Slowdancing
Slowdancing Ай мурун
Big Timber takes its name from Big Timber Creek, which was named by William Clark because of the large cottonwood trees
Patrick Hathaway
Patrick Hathaway Ай мурун
I think Delci is going to get a lot more subscribers.....
Patrick Hathaway
Patrick Hathaway Ай мурун
You have no idea how reassuring it is to see the western traditions and activities taking place during these crazy times. Thank you for sharing. HAD.
Patrick Hathaway
Patrick Hathaway Ай мурун
You are heading to Yellowstone. We are heading from Indiana to Butler PA for the night then home to Southern NJ. (Not stalking you, honest!) HAD.
Milk Money
Milk Money Ай мурун
Fantastic! Love it.
Rich Hosch
Rich Hosch Ай мурун
Had some coworkers from Denver visit us in the Minneapolis area and they were freaking out about the wind in the Twin Cities. It was rockin and rollin the van we were driving around in. They were saying that the air in the mountains (5k to 8k feet) is not as dense as it is in the Midwest. So the higher wind speeds in the mountains did not pack the punch slower speeds do in the Midwest at 500 to 600 feet. Anyway, I am enjoying your trip. Thanks
John Pyle
John Pyle Ай мурун
I went to a few rodeos like that when I was a little kid, neat stuff! I am in Kansas City where we have the American Royal Rodeo and BBQ every year. It's a great time and everything rodeo, well except this year with the "pandemic" cough cough...
Mark Pashia
Mark Pashia Ай мурун
Well.... It use to be big timber until those WINDS came through and knocked em all down!!!
Robert Fakler
Robert Fakler Ай мурун
Pressure treated lumber uses a low grade of lumber. Expensive Doug Fir would never be used.
Bruce Alvarez
Bruce Alvarez Ай мурун
Maybe the big wind blew away all the big timber.
Heath Worsley
Heath Worsley Ай мурун
Great video as always! You and Melissa and Bill all strike me to be the same type but people. Ones that you could sit down over a pot of coffee and talk with for hours. :-) thank you very much for sharing your vacation with us.
Rob Long
Rob Long Ай мурун
We really enjoyed the video w/ part of the rodeo events! Nothing like seeing the real thing when in the Montana/Wyoming area! We actually saw something similar when were in Montana. I also discovered the same thing with the treated lumber, while working on a mission trip there. The fellow at the lumber yard told me the same thing, about the slits allowed preservatives to penatrate the dried lumber. Beautiful country to visit, but i wouldn't want the wind nor the cottonwood blossoms or whatever they release. We had to wear bandanna's covering our nose and mouth, or you spent all the time getting it out of your mouth! LOL Glad y'all have had a great time! Be safe, and have a good trip home! 👍
J D
J D Ай мурун
Rodeo country out here in the wild wild west. We get that treated lumber here in Oregon too. Fence posts, outdoor decking, seal plates, sub floor beams, any contact with soil or moisture. Not recommended for gardens because of the caustic chemicals.
Donald Bridges
Donald Bridges Ай мурун
Great video. The rodeo seems authentic not all the fluff.
matt benjamin
matt benjamin Ай мурун
I probably already said it, but thanks for bringing us along.
Chuck P
Chuck P Ай мурун
Thanks Morgans. Long distance hi to Hunter and Ty...now living in Iowa.
Ed Kerkhoff
Ed Kerkhoff Ай мурун
Time to get bk Mike temps cooln dwn firewood needs cut split
Delci • A Life of Heritage
Delci • A Life of Heritage Ай мурун
Great video! I wish I had been there to talk to you both Mike and Melissa! But I would have just distracted you from the good watching of all the cowboy action 😊 Thank you so much for the shout-out!
Terry Payne
Terry Payne Ай мурун
We have that here in southern Ontario Peterbourgh Ontario
Bill Walsh
Bill Walsh Ай мурун
You guys are doing the trip we had planned this fall. Would it be possible to document your itinerary for anyone to follow in the future?
Snarkapotamus
Snarkapotamus Ай мурун
Most cowboys don't work "everyday". I lived in the SW for quite a while (cattle/cowboy country) and used to work with several (some nationally known rodeo participants) and for the most part, it's seasonal. The old ranchers would occasionally stir from their convenience store BS sessions just long enough to hire some guys to round everything up. Out west, it's mostly open range so God only knows where some of the cows end up. Thus, the reason you need to hire people to find them. When the roundups are over, they'll go back to their convenience store BS sessions and complain about how hard they work. Oh, and you'll always know them when you see them on the road. They'll be doing 40 in a 55 in a beat up old truck and when they wave, they'll usually raise their index finger because actually waving takes too much energy... ;-)
Tim Combes
Tim Combes Ай мурун
You are fortunate to live right inside a mini-forest that stops the hard winds. But you are now going through a lot of flat lands where the winds whip up a storm. Be careful. May God continue to bless and keep you all (y'all)!!
Snarkapotamus
Snarkapotamus Ай мурун
You wanta experience wind that'll push you off the road, wait till you traverse Wyoming north to south on I-25. The wind screams through some of those cuts. Guess that's why most wind farms are out west. Less trees to slow it down...
Travis Cover
Travis Cover Ай мурун
I like your new video today this was cool video
Don Yarborough
Don Yarborough Ай мурун
I heard the saying years ago when I went to Nebraska to deer hunt. A calm day in the west is like a windy day here in the east. A windy day out west is normal. I was there 10 days and the highest winds were 60 miles an hour with 70 mph gusts. The lowest wind was 10 mph. Luckily that was when it was 8 below. The locals said if it’s blowing more than 10 mph and it’s below 0 they don’t go outside and we were out there hunting in it. They thought we were crazy.
Jeff F
Jeff F Ай мурун
Big Timber is home of Shiloh Sharps makers of the finest reproduction 1874 Sharps available. C Sharps is across the street and their pretty nice also I suppose. Yep we still have real cowboys here in the west who do cowboy like it's always been done from a horse.
jim putnam
jim putnam Ай мурун
Love the lead in ,Kubota KX080 It's like running into an old girlfriend and all those feelings come rushing back. LMAO.
Debra Powell
Debra Powell Ай мурун
Hello from beautiful Ocala, Florida; Debbie here. Kind of funny, we just got back a little while ago from the Ocala Livestock Pavilion watching barrel racing competition going on this weekend. Had lunch and set down with laptop to check out KGpost and boom! there you guys are at a "REAL" rodeo. Now following Chaos on FB, will enjoy seeing this event grow, which I'm sure it will. Safe travels! #HomeSweetHome #HaveADay
Bruce Wayne
Bruce Wayne Ай мурун
Super neat share of the vacation! Really cool slo-mo. And I learned something about western treated lumber. You've gone places this time I'd really like to check out.
Laurie Harding
Laurie Harding Ай мурун
The PT wood... we have had both around my area over the years. Probably depends on the mill.
David Helfrich
David Helfrich Ай мурун
The music matches the visual very nicely. 🦀
randy morrison
randy morrison Ай мурун
Enjoy what time you have left out there, and have a safe trip home.
Sunnydays 1942
Sunnydays 1942 Ай мурун
The way you present America is lovely 👍👍👍👍👍
Larry Iowa/Texas Rooster
Larry Iowa/Texas Rooster Ай мурун
👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🗽🙏🏻 That video was too cool, I grew up with horses on a farm in Iowa.....loved the rodeo in Montana. The dog was wanting to get into the action too! Hope U posted your channel to the rodeo guys so they can see themselves in action. Take care / Be safe😃
Real Airplane
Real Airplane Ай мурун
Real men live in the west...
Theo Isaac
Theo Isaac Ай мурун
👍
Dale Gloer
Dale Gloer Ай мурун
Here is a link to a video of the Grizzly taking the Bull Elk. kgpost.info/will/video/rLDTlXuenXJrc68&app=desktop
1944chevytruck
1944chevytruck Ай мурун
thanks 4 video. be kind... i'm the same ....only can take so much being away from home....
John Reynolds
John Reynolds Ай мурун
If on your way home you happen to travel across I80 in Iowa you might want to check out the trucking museum in Walcott Ia. It sits behind the Iowa 80 truck stop at exit 284. Also check out the truck stop. It's the largest truck stop in the country and the food is pretty good.
HENRY BUSJAHN
HENRY BUSJAHN Ай мурун
loved the slow motion and cowboy music with the cattle roping
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