About "One in Every Bunch"
A few years ago I spent 2 weeks rounding up a 250,000 acre pasture on a large ranch near Alpine, Texas. It was an old west experience with a chuckwagon and bedrolls on the ground. The cattle were especially wild, seldom seeing any signs of humans. Seems every time I would gather some cows from the mesa and begin moving them back to camp, at least one would break and run. Getting that cow back was rarely easy without spooking all the others.