Monday, March 26, 2007

March 25, 2007
Nice day at home. Grabbed my camera and decided to give you a POV of my morning:

You See What I See
Went outside at about nine and found Kathy planting around the pump house. She had gone down to Home Depot and bought iceplants, I think they are called. Pretty sweet. Helped her dig some holes but she didn't like my digging style (one scoop then plop them in):

Went out back to feed the chickens. They all get to yackin' at once and crowd the gate like little wedding crashers:

Of course Peaches has to run around and bump the fence with her nose and try to scare them. Somtimes she does:

Went into the garage to start the '49 Ford. Check out the river boat steering wheel:

It started right up, pulled it out onto the Spanish Driveway and got the hose:

Washed the family car down, back to front:

Stepped back to take a look and admire my hose job:

Went into the studio to get started on art. Note the photo reference of the Apache medicine man (see yesterday's post):

Got stuck on a painting, so I went out to unload the Ranger. Had some paintings out at the Fountain Hills Museum, plus they gave me some photo blowups that Allen Fossenkemper had done for a show several years ago. May donate them to Richard Ignarski's Gunfighter Museum:

Left the True West dolly in the back and loaded the big photos into the garage:

Helped Kathy replant a rope catcus (I just made that up) that had fallen over from the heavy rains:

At about 10:30 we decided to take the dogs for a walk:

"Even if I knew the world would end tomorrow, I would plant a tree today."
—Martin Luther King, Jr.

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