Tonight started with supper on the porch. We had hobo dinners cooked on the grill. This was the first pic I took. I thought, “I am going to try to get more of my face in the picture.” Well, that was the beginning of the silliness.
Let it be known that dad started it. Oh brother.
Then we decided to go fishing. We ran in to put on boots or shoes because those are the rules for pretty much any pasture activity. I doused everyone in bug spray and away we went.
Due to the extreme drought in Oklahoma the past few years, our very large and very good fishing pond all but dried up. Due to the subsequent flooding it has filled up again but not before Greg spent the early spring getting every fish out of the pond with a dip net (he could walk all the way across about knee deep)– and transferring them to a neighbors pond to try to save as many as possible. We headed to the neighboring pond to start the process of trying to catch some to move back to our pond. It’s a tough job but someone has to do it!
But the fun is not over yet! Who wants to play in the sprinkler?
Do you remember how much work it was to hook up the hose and drag it where you wanted it? It takes team work.
All in all a very relaxed fun filled night. Thankful for every one of them. Oh, and my gladiolus are blooming 🙂