The New Orlean's style are what I make. We always called them Blondies. 😋. They're the bomb.
We had a nest of ground hornets or what we thought were multiple nests that we could never quite get rid of until a family of armadillos moved in. Our yard looked like the streets after a NY ticker tape parade. 😳 the hole they excavated was huge. Forever endeared me to their digging ways.
Armadillos moved into Middle Tennessee about five years ago and I am not happy with the little soandso’s.
I took this pic when I was finish-mowing a fence row in the pasture. I can see the tip of the fence post😡 I can’t see how far the hole goes and I probably don’t want to know. It’s headed up hill - there is another, bigger, hole about 100 feet behind me, also on the fence row. There are two huge caverns by a tree in the pet Sematary that I know weren’t dug by coyotes. That’s just what I know about. They are working on getting themselves shot😡😡
Neither one of our tractors have a parking brake that works and the brake on the farm tractor generally means dropping the bush hog, the turning the front wheels.
Seems DH didn’t turn the wheels far enough when he got off Old Bess to move a log - she coasted right thru the barbed wire section of fence, stopping about 100 feet short of the neighbor’s pond😳😳
I did have the decency to ask DH if he was ok before I asked if he dented up MY tractor. Both of them survived unscathed but we have to fix that piece of fence this morning. Its the boundary in the road section of property. The horses are fenced off from that section, so barbed wire is perfectly fine far as I’m concerned.
Old Bess doing some cleaning in the Pet Sematary. It got out of hand with weeds when my JD had to go in for hydraulic repairs that lasted four weeks instead of two and it they didn’t fix it🤐🤐. By the time the JD came home there was baby wildlife in there and I refused to cut the brush down.
Freyja the Rottenweiler and Sheldon the Catahoula/Pit Bull lazing in the sun at the barn. @egrogan
I notice you also use the word “laze”. Me being from the Oh/PA border, it must be a regional thing😍
, I want to throw up looking at those Yellow Jacket nests🤢🤢. Holeee-moleee you are so fortunate you didn’t tiss them off when you went in the shed for shavings😳😳
They put the Red Wasp nest on the corner of the barn overhang to shame and it’s pretty good size. I’m waiting for colder weather before I tell DH it’s up there so he can get the extension ladder out and get it down. If I tell him now, I’m afraid he will get royally stung- He got away with not being hurt when the farm tractor took off without him - it’s best not to run that red line anytime soon, lol