There was a loud male grunt, a final female cry, and then silence. Sally’s mother stood there looking around in embarrassment. The dog was still begging for attention.There was a moment of silence and then Alex shouted, “Oh, God! We have a visitor!”“Uh, oh.”Sally’s mother was busy wrestling with Rover. He was really excited about having a visitor and was now jumping up and down, trying to get her full attention.“You’d better get dressed.”“You, too.”“All I’ve got is this thong.”“I don’t want her to see you wearing that.”“This is embarrassing.”There were sounds of a couple obviously scrambling around, coming from one of the rooms. Having experienced unexpected visitors, she understood exactly what was going on in the other room. Of course, her visitors had been on the other side of the front door, although her mother had entered the house once, without waiting for them to answer her knock on the door. That had been embarrassing.Sherry said, “I think we found a bug in the privacy setting. It took 15 minutes for the lawyer and Doug's Ma to discuss all the people coming and going. I then gave the lawyer the certified check for the Barton Place and said I would have check for the other two places by the end of next week. When we had completed the required paperwork for those transactions I told him we had one more to complete.I explained I was giving Doug 25% of the ranch and 25% of the net profit yearly in exchange for his 60 acres, which would include all livestock and equipment. The lawyer looked at me and smiled, then said, "Doug, it looks like you just found yourself a gravy train!"Doug's Ma looked up and said, "I guess I should make my contribution to this deal too!" What do you mean, Ma?" asked Doug."Well I am going to give my house to Bob!" she stated.The lawyer started to chuckle and said, "Doug, that house and the half acre of land it sits on is your mother's although it sit darn near in the center of your ranch!"Both Doug and I were shocked but recovered.