Can you see the boat in the distance? Very bad picture but thats it, the boat in the stock tank. John's daughter told him the sweetliks tubs are almost empty so we had to hurry to check and then run to On The Farm to buy some more. When we got out to the ranch it was very windy so the cows were hiding out in the brush. When we came back with the tubs they all came out to see what was for lunch. They stopped by the gate as if waiting to be invited. As we had neared the ranch we saw a lot of blood and stuff on the pavement so wondering what had been killed last night we drove slow and I spotted a doe in the bar ditch. When we got down the lane to the farm house the young renter was out side so John stopped to chat with him. John told him about the deer and asking him if he wanted a ham off the deer. Renter was making such a face. John was so slow to get his point across I had to butt in and tell him John was asking if he wanted some meat for his dogs. John's idea was for the meat to not go to waste even though it had been in the morning sun and not good for human consumption. Renter said he would go look at it. I don't think it would be a good idea to encourage them to eat raw meat. If they get a taste for it calves may be next. John would be very unhappy and John and renter are getting along so well now. The wind was blowing and it reminded me of why I didn't like to live out there. We lived there 14 months and it was dry. The field in front of the house was plowed up so the sand blew so hard on some days we couldn't see the highway. The sand seeped in around the window air conditioners and under the doors. It was hard to keep a clean house. John's daughter had put out two large round bales of hay and its all gone too but they have a lot of hay from when it rained so much and they made a lot of hay and kept it.