This is how the farm house yard looked when we lived there now there is not a blade of grass due to the renter's dogs running back and forth. We knew there was trouble brewing but didn't think it would come to this. They are splitting. The female part of the couple told us a lot but it's their personal business so I won't get in to it. She was here once today and we were out there once. Guess there won't be anymore tales of boating in the stock tank or deep ruts in the pasture or gun holes in the grain tank. She is taking Jennie the large German Shepard and he is supposed to take the little dog, Tex, who shares John's tacos. She is taking the white cat and may leave Miss Kitty as she actually came with the house as a mouser. Not sure how attached she is to her. It will be interesting to see who moves in next after a lot of cleaning.
We drove on out to the dam to feed the turtles a little. The dam is fairly dry now. The turtles were waiting calmly but I just have to tell you this cute thing about them. I have come to trust them as they me so I wore my Crocs (open here and there) and they have shoe ornaments on them shaped like little red hearts. Some of the turtles came up to my feet and nibbled on the little red ornaments. John was sitting there watching with sandals on with no socks. I told him he best be careful they may nibble his toes.