wonderful. Now back at the ranch. We’ve been hunting feral hogs
and I finally got a shot at some. There were a couple of BIG sows
which I shot at and missed. They had a bunch of little hogs with
them and I took a shot at one of them and got one. Can you
imagine, I missed a big 180 pound hog and then turned around and
shot a 20 pound baby? I console myself with the thought that the
little baby would have grown up into a boar or a sow. Those sows
can start reproducing at 6 months and produce a litter every six
months. Feral hogs are very destructive in the Texas Hill Country
and, from what I hear, other parts of the country as well. They
destroy property and also harm the whitetail deer population (they
eat them). The whitetail deer are VERY scared of the hogs.
Whenever you see the whitetail deer eating at a feeder, they will
take off at a run if feral hogs are approaching. We try to feed and
nurture all wildlife except for the predators (feral hogs) and receive
a “Wildlife Exemption” on our property taxes as we supply
supplemental water, food, and shelter for wildlife.
Keller so I have flowers to show you for “One Flower
Wednesday.” Thanks to Karen from Journey of a Quilter who
provides a linky for us to share our flowers with you. Here are
three of my little flowers.
blocks for “My Jane.” Here are I-3 and F-7. Both were easy
hosted by "Quilter's Gallery?" I'll be posting a giveaway on
Saturday when this link will be working.