Thursday, June 14, 2018

2018.6.14

TEKA RANCH -  WHERE THE FUN NEVER ENDS - JUNE 14, 2018 - THURSDAY - FLAG DAY

Our thermometer showed 83 degrees with strong southeast winds and lots of humidity. At least it felt very humid to me.

Terry put more hay down. This time on the GF&P land 1/2 mile east. Then he moved down to the small piece by Butch's. He didn't finish there, tho'. Instead he came home because a large hydraulic hose broke.

I baked ginger snaps for GSI's customer appeciation days Friday and Saturday. Later I made a batch of choc. chip ones.

The bathrooms have been cleaned and floors vacuumed and scrubbed.

More mowing was done this evening when the wind went down. It was still a dirty job, tho'. Now all that is left to mow is north of the old driveway.

Betty stopped by to pick up the cookies on her way home. We stood and visited for quite awhile; we covered a whole range of topics!
 The black rooster with one of the chickens we got from Kim B. last year.
 The catalpa tree in bloom.  
The Lord bless and keep you! Goodnight!

1 comment:

  1. What a pretty rooster!
    It is always enjoyable having a visit, thanks for being there Kathy!

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