I am not in Bixby yet, but it's close enough I could drive there within 45 minutes, even if they're on the other side of me. :) As for what kind of hay my dad has, I'll give him a call in the morning, see if I can get him to talk to me about it. See how much he'd want for it or if he's just wanting to pawn some of it off on someone before it goes bad. Dad's kinda old, sometimes his minds not so good, might take me more than one phone call to get the information you're wanting.
But.. that's not really what I had in mind. I'm looking for an organization who takes the hay from people who have way too much of it, and give it to people who need it. People who would normally loose their horses without that donation. And perhaps a year or two later, if they have a good summer, they can return the favor to someone else. That sort of thing. I've never herd of anything like that. There's horse rescues out there, but what about helping good owners keep the horses they already have?
I can tell you all, if I ever get to where I wanna get to in life, if any of you ever write me up and say, "Hey girl, you busy, we're passing by your way and wondering if we can stay a night or two, do a bit of trail riding, mind if we use your barn, steal a couple of bails from your loft, re-stock and be on our way?" I'll be all 'Hell yeah, come on by, we'll put out the BBQ grill for ya!' The **** snakes and coyotes might scare a few of ya'all off if you're not use to them. But anyone who's hauling horses that need a rest would be welcome.
Can't wait for the repairs on that property to get finished and start building! Been dreaming about it for years. Belonged to my great grandmother and gosh, I miss her to bits. I know when I get moved out there it'll feel like I got a bit of her back.
The only thing evil needs to thrive, is for good men to do nothing. - Edmond Burke