Tex here and, well, I'm still not doing a whole lot of cooking. At least nothing new. Beef, chicken and pork pretty much sums it up. Throw it on the grill, add a salad for me and hubby, some potatoes for the boys and call it dinner.
Since we've got some business goings-on at the ranch, our weekend trips have become more frequent. But I don't mind, especially this time of year. Yes, it's wet. However, after seeing the place look like this--
|Those aren't storm clouds you see. That's smoke from a wildfire that struck in 2011.|
I'll never complain when it looks like this--
Besides, what's a little mud among friends and family?
Ryan didn't mind.
And as long as I've got my rubber boots, neither do I.
My water dogs really like it.
Maddie loves splashing through the water.
But Dixie is too demure for that. Why bother with splashing when you can simply relax.
Sometimes it's just as much fun to dry off.
Especially when you come out smelling like wildflowers.
I love seeing everything so green and lush, and the tanks full.
So bring on the rain.
How are things springing in your neck of the woods?