Wednesday, March 31, 2010

More Ranch Scenes

The pastures are beautiful this time of the year. In places where there is plenty of sunlight the flowers seem to cover the landscape.

Saturday, March 27, 2010


This is one of the reasons people live in South Texas.... When we have wet winters and springs there are not many places more beautiful. These are just a few of the pictures I took on my trip to Mother's land on the Borrego Creek today.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Ranch Scenes

I've been showing periodic pictures of the oats growing in my food plots. Just look where it is now. It will soon put on seed heads.

I stopped to get a picture of this group of Yucca or "Spanish Dagger" plants that are blooming on the road in. The deer actually like nibbling on the flowers.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Spring comes to the Poth's front yard...

We have Indian Pinks and some Bluebonnets on the right front of our yard and.....

mostly Bluebonnets with some Sweet Williams, Daisies, and other assorted flowers on the left front.

What a girl!

Grammy, Grumpy, Kristi, Lex, and Miss Katelyn.
Everything tastes good.....

Whose having the most fun here?

Baby Einestein doing her thing. Turning pages with her right hand and playing music by pushing the buttons with her left foot.

Play time...

It is Saint Patricks Day and I'm going to get all dressed up.

I'm not sure about this thing on my head.

Don't I look cute all dressed up?

Pretty girl...

Katelyn.......... play time

It is hard to pick from many pictures and short movies so I decided to post this one.


Thursday, March 11, 2010


I bet the hunting is a little tougher when the rabbits, birds, and rodents you are trying to catch have lots of cover. This bobcat must live close to this feeder because the trail camera has picked it up numerous times .

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

My crop of turnips...

I always plant turnips in the fall on top of oat land I have planted. This year I grew some nice ones.

Spring comes to the South Texas Brush Country...

Illegial Aliens

These three javelinas must have come in through one of the holes dug by coyotes under the fence. Although I spend lots of time covering and blocking holes they must have slipped in while one of the holes was open. I don't mind though as it seems like their number statewide are decreasing. I wouldn't mind having a safe haven for some.

#310 still needs a name...