Ken tossed the coin to either go fishing or go plow.. Good thing he went fishing! This big ole bass weighed 11-6. It's his best Oklahoma b
Hunter was happy that he was here to go fishing with Dad. This was the second time that Hunter was with his Dad on getting a trophy. The last trophy was the Cape Buffalo in Africa. Pretty cool huh?
Farmer Cook in his overalls.. I just wish they'd had my good camera.
Elk on the three ft tall wheat with a rainbow in the background showing hope for more rain.
Sunrise on another day of growth. The bull elk is bare-headed too.
We had just stood my wooden elk back up and our ornery elk knocked them back over.
After the burn Ken found me this beautiful cactus that survived. I dug some of it up and brought it to the house to enjoy.
One of our newly planted trees. This is worth a smile!
Our tree Hope. We planted her right after the fire. Now look at her showing off all her new buds.
Cooling off in the water while growing new antlers.
Out of here!
Everyday is a surprise to us. Wondering what trees are going to bud back out. Starting from the top with greenery.
Different colors of green!
Green briers, weeds and itty bitty oaks popping up.
|After the fire!|
|Our plum thicket burned and mostly gone!|