Wednesday, June 28, 2017

2017.6.28

TEKA RANCH - WHERE THE FUN NEVER ENDS - JUNE 28, 2017 - WEDNESDAY
It was a quiet day around here. Terry took the tire off the hay trailer, picked up Pete, and went to Milbank for a replacement.

I stayed home to do housework. It doesn't get anymore exciting than that, does it? I found grease ants on the bathroom counter under the Water Pik. I was going to spray for ants, but the squirt bottle doesn't work. I asked Terry to get me new bottle in Milbank, but he forgot.

I know there is dust in my camera, so I tried to clean it. Not an easy job and probably not recommended, but instructions can be found on the 'Net. I called Harold's Camera in Sioux Falls and was told that it would take a week for them to get around to working on my camera. I visited with the gal there, and she said that it's usually the sensors that get dirty and they are very sensitive. Actually, I think there's a dirt inside the lenses. It's possible to take them apart, BUT Terry and I both tried and couldn't get them apart (and we didn't want to wreck something....). I cleaned whatever I could and the spots in the lake pictures are now in different places than they used to be.

This evening I hiked over to Lake Alice, walking through the tall grass, weeds, and thistles. The mosquitoes weren't too bad at all. However, I messed around quite awhile and talked on the phone, so it got late. I called Terry and had him come to get me with a 4-wheeler. We met at the choke cherry bush on top of the hill.
  Two of Amber's kittens. The pale one is PJ for Pinkie Junior in honor of Pinkie the tomcat.
One of the Silver Wyandotte hens.
 The white flowers are yarrow. There were some other white bell-like flowers, too, but I didn't get a good picture of them. And then a picture of those rare creatures called deer. I saw several of them. Last week there was an ad in the Watertown paper for the job of picking up roadkill deer in a 3-4 county area. That, I thought, would be an easy job, because there are so few deer around that the GF&P will be issuing 10,000 fewer hunting licenses this fall. OK, so I was being sarcastic, but I don't know why the GF&P thinks there are so few deer.
 
 1 Colossians 1:13 For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.

Goodnight!

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