The picture is horsemint. It makes good honey and it is thick here right now. I don't know of any beehives close by and I don't know how far the bees come but I didn't see or hear any today. Maybe its not quite the right time yet. I feel as if I've been to the country gym this morning. As John was driving around the haygrazer on the little narrow lane he unexpectedly hit a wild hog rooting covered with grass. Our bodies turned and twisted in every direction before they settled back down on the truck seat. Turtle feed went flying all over the cab. We stopped to tell Domingo the renter about the owner going to tear the old house down and will be wanting to use electricity from his house. He said there is a big catfish in the tank and some bass. His daughters have informed him which turtle is named Lucy. She is named after our own beloved Lucy here in blogspot. So everyone has that straight now. I saw Mama Twiggy too named in memory of Johnny G's Mom who passed away. She used to be a loner but mingles with the herd nicely now. She is easy to spot because she has very short legs compared to the other cows. Domingo's (Sunday) wife told us one of their daughters is graduating from high school and they are having a little party for her Sunday. If we are out to stop by the house for a brisket plate. That was nice of them to invite us. We swung by Juan's village to line him up to bale the haygrazer in a week or ten days. He was on the ball and had already went by to look it over to see how it is coming along. I took a picture of a cute little colt while there. Always a lot to look at in his village.