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 Fog rolls into the Peola countryside as an all-women crew rounds up cattle to be separated then branded on Saturday.

Fog rolls into the Peola countryside as an all-women crew rounds up cattle to be separated then branded on Saturday.

 Heidi Lyngstad, left, and Linda Weatherly, herd cattle to a pin on Saturday in Peola.

Heidi Lyngstad, left, and Linda Weatherly, herd cattle to a pin on Saturday in Peola.

 Peola Cowgirl boss, Linda Weatherly, on ATV, transports medicine and vaccinations for the cattle branding session on Saturday at her farm in Peola.

Peola Cowgirl boss, Linda Weatherly, on ATV, transports medicine and vaccinations for the cattle branding session on Saturday at her farm in Peola.

 Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., downs the last huckleberry in the moonshine jar that the Peola Cowgirls sipped on before branding cattle on Saturday east of Clarkston.

Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., downs the last huckleberry in the moonshine jar that the Peola Cowgirls sipped on before branding cattle on Saturday east of Clarkston.

 The Peola Cowgirls (from left): Dawn Atkinson, of Redmond, Wash., Linda Weatherly, of Peola, Kathy Brooks, of Alpowa Creek, Wash., Shelley Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Wash., Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., Marcie Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, and Jennifer McLaughlin, of Deer Park, get their instructions from cattle boss Weatherly prior to the branding process on Saturday.

The Peola Cowgirls (from left): Dawn Atkinson, of Redmond, Wash., Linda Weatherly, of Peola, Kathy Brooks, of Alpowa Creek, Wash., Shelley Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Wash., Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., Marcie Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, and Jennifer McLaughlin, of Deer Park, get their instructions from cattle boss Weatherly prior to the branding process on Saturday.

 Shelley Loshbaugh, 54, of Deer Park, Wash., sports a Peola Cowgirls badge atop her white cowboy hat during a cattle branding session on Saturday, May 26, 2018, east of Clarkston.

Shelley Loshbaugh, 54, of Deer Park, Wash., sports a Peola Cowgirls badge atop her white cowboy hat during a cattle branding session on Saturday, May 26, 2018, east of Clarkston.

 Linda Weatherly, 68, gets knocked over as she and her crew of Peola Cowgirls sort calves from their mothers prior to the branding process on Saturday.

Linda Weatherly, 68, gets knocked over as she and her crew of Peola Cowgirls sort calves from their mothers prior to the branding process on Saturday.

 Heidi Lyngstad, 52, of Deer Park, vaccinates a calf before it is branded in Peola. On Saturday, Lyngstad was part of an all-female crew that brought in 51 pair of cattle from the fields, sorted the calves from their mothers, then castrated and branded them preparing the cows for the summer months.

Heidi Lyngstad, 52, of Deer Park, vaccinates a calf before it is branded in Peola. On Saturday, Lyngstad was part of an all-female crew that brought in 51 pair of cattle from the fields, sorted the calves from their mothers, then castrated and branded them preparing the cows for the summer months.

 Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, presses his family brand onto the hide of a calf on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, presses his family brand onto the hide of a calf on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

 Shelley Loshbaugh, left, and Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, react as Tom Weatherly singes the hide of a calf with an electric branding iron on Saturday.

Shelley Loshbaugh, left, and Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, react as Tom Weatherly singes the hide of a calf with an electric branding iron on Saturday.

 A drop of blood drips from the severed ear of a calf during the branding process on Saturday in Peola.

A drop of blood drips from the severed ear of a calf during the branding process on Saturday in Peola.

 Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, discards a testicle after castrating a calf prior to the branding process on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, discards a testicle after castrating a calf prior to the branding process on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

Fog rolls into the Peola countryside as an all-women crew rounds up cattle to be separated then branded on Saturday.

Heidi Lyngstad, left, and Linda Weatherly, herd cattle to a pin on Saturday in Peola.

Peola Cowgirl boss, Linda Weatherly, on ATV, transports medicine and vaccinations for the cattle branding session on Saturday at her farm in Peola.

Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., downs the last huckleberry in the moonshine jar that the Peola Cowgirls sipped on before branding cattle on Saturday east of Clarkston.

The Peola Cowgirls (from left): Dawn Atkinson, of Redmond, Wash., Linda Weatherly, of Peola, Kathy Brooks, of Alpowa Creek, Wash., Shelley Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Wash., Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., Marcie Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, and Jennifer McLaughlin, of Deer Park, get their instructions from cattle boss Weatherly prior to the branding process on Saturday.

Shelley Loshbaugh, 54, of Deer Park, Wash., sports a Peola Cowgirls badge atop her white cowboy hat during a cattle branding session on Saturday, May 26, 2018, east of Clarkston.

Linda Weatherly, 68, gets knocked over as she and her crew of Peola Cowgirls sort calves from their mothers prior to the branding process on Saturday.

Heidi Lyngstad, 52, of Deer Park, vaccinates a calf before it is branded in Peola. On Saturday, Lyngstad was part of an all-female crew that brought in 51 pair of cattle from the fields, sorted the calves from their mothers, then castrated and branded them preparing the cows for the summer months.

Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, presses his family brand onto the hide of a calf on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

Shelley Loshbaugh, left, and Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, react as Tom Weatherly singes the hide of a calf with an electric branding iron on Saturday.

A drop of blood drips from the severed ear of a calf during the branding process on Saturday in Peola.

Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, discards a testicle after castrating a calf prior to the branding process on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.

 Fog rolls into the Peola countryside as an all-women crew rounds up cattle to be separated then branded on Saturday.
 Heidi Lyngstad, left, and Linda Weatherly, herd cattle to a pin on Saturday in Peola.
 Peola Cowgirl boss, Linda Weatherly, on ATV, transports medicine and vaccinations for the cattle branding session on Saturday at her farm in Peola.
 Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., downs the last huckleberry in the moonshine jar that the Peola Cowgirls sipped on before branding cattle on Saturday east of Clarkston.
 The Peola Cowgirls (from left): Dawn Atkinson, of Redmond, Wash., Linda Weatherly, of Peola, Kathy Brooks, of Alpowa Creek, Wash., Shelley Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Wash., Audre Garrett, of Colbert, Wash., Marcie Loshbaugh, of Deer Park, Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, and Jennifer McLaughlin, of Deer Park, get their instructions from cattle boss Weatherly prior to the branding process on Saturday.
 Shelley Loshbaugh, 54, of Deer Park, Wash., sports a Peola Cowgirls badge atop her white cowboy hat during a cattle branding session on Saturday, May 26, 2018, east of Clarkston.
 Linda Weatherly, 68, gets knocked over as she and her crew of Peola Cowgirls sort calves from their mothers prior to the branding process on Saturday.
 Heidi Lyngstad, 52, of Deer Park, vaccinates a calf before it is branded in Peola. On Saturday, Lyngstad was part of an all-female crew that brought in 51 pair of cattle from the fields, sorted the calves from their mothers, then castrated and branded them preparing the cows for the summer months.
 Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, presses his family brand onto the hide of a calf on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.
 Shelley Loshbaugh, left, and Heidi Lyngstad, of Deer Park, react as Tom Weatherly singes the hide of a calf with an electric branding iron on Saturday.
 A drop of blood drips from the severed ear of a calf during the branding process on Saturday in Peola.
 Tom Weatherly, 72, of Lewiston, discards a testicle after castrating a calf prior to the branding process on Saturday. Weatherly, the brother of Linda Weatherly, always handles the castrating and branding duties on the traditional Memorial Day weekend round up.