Florida Gov. Rick Scott had another one of his work days on Monday.
This time, the governor learned how to be a cowboy. Several times a year, he has what he calls a "let's get to work day."
Former Gov. Bob Graham started the practice in the 1980's.
Gov. Scott rode horses and did other cowboy jobs at the Williamson Cattle Company in Okeechobee.
The governor's office even tweeted out the picture above to show Florida's 45th governor's skills in the saddle.
On Monday afternoon, the governor is expected to attend an event at the Okeechobee Livestock Market.