He's shooting at something. He's shooting a bad angel, said Ginny laughing. He's shooting at the birds flying south for the winter, thinks Janet.
He looks like a typical rancher in his overalls, cowboy shirt, and cowboy hat, thinks Janet, Sharon, and Ginny. The sky is dark with some clouds. There is a fence in the background, said Janet, and a water tank for the horses, saw Dorothy.
Sharon said it smells stinky, like gun smoke, said Dorothy. Elaine is smelling cow manure. Everyone hears animals making sounds. Ginny hears cows mooing. Mooooo, bellowed Marcia. Horses are neighing- neigh, said the gang. Roosters are crowing. Mary Ann said they say, cockle doodle do. The dogs are barking, too, said Janet.
When the cowboy was done hunting, he cleaned the bird he shot. It was a good and exciting day, said Mary Ann.