We headed down to the deer lease the other day to take a look around since the girls and I hadn't been out there since the colder months when the vegetation was thinner. It was so pretty and lush and I wanted to see where Rusty was going to put his deer stands. The question has also been hanging in the air about me and the girls possibly going down there to hunt with him occasionally.
Can you believe how red the dirt is here? I always heard about Georgia's red dirt in old country songs, but never gave much thought to it. Let me tell ya, it's true! It stains your tires and gets all over your shoes. But it is pretty and fun to find fresh tracks in!
So excited that he got his bow out right then and started practicing. I'm kidding, sort of, ha.
This next shot is MY hand next to a bear track. Rusty thought this was his hand when we were looking at the pictures. I think that means I need some work done, ha! Seriously, it's time for some nails. And I don't wear a wedding ring because when we moved I guess I hit my ring hard and my diamond got knocked loose and eventually came out. I found it, but I haven't taken it to get fixed yet.
However, I thought the bear track was pretty cool. I have never seen one before. This is the second set of bear tracks we found on the other side of the lease and they were smaller than the first set we found that you see up top next to the truck tire. Maybe it was a cute, snugly, cuddly baby bear.....yeah right.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and are able to stay cool. It's stinkin' HOT here, we hit 99 the other day. We go to the pool early and stay only a couple of hours because I can only handle it so long before I am drenched in sweat, yuck! After that it's the a/c or a free movie morning for us.
Oh, and lest I forget, Mallorie got her cast off yesterday and is so thankful, but still pretty sore. She's been putting her wrist brace back on to make herself feel better, but the doctor said it would take about a week to feel strong and stop being stiff. Hopefully Ibuprofen and some tlc will help her finish healing.