Spring Turkey Season is over and my husband and I had so much fun hunting together once again. Here I am after the hunt on the first week.
There is nothing like being in the woods before daylight and watching and listening to the world wake up. The first week of turkey season the dogwoods were in full bloom, it was just beautiful. One morning in addition to hearing the turkeys gobble, I had a woodpecker beside me trying to take a tree down I swear. I squirrel scampered by and I saw a deer too. I had a successful hunt this year getting a turkey the first week and another one the last week and all on my own. I don't blog about hunting but we do cook and eat the harvest we take. We are grateful to have the opportunity to live on this great farm where we are lucky enough to be able to hunt turkey and deer. And there you go, I can hunt it, cook it and serve it up at "Dishin it up at Deena's"
Welcome to my blog. I am a Farm Girl at heart and a photographer, still working full time and love to decorate my home. I am married to my wonderful husband for 35 years who puts up with all my ideas and believe me I have many. We have a little male Yorkie named Jake, a Manchester Terrier named Molly and lots of cattle. Both of our dogs are rescues from bad situations. We treat our cattle better than most people probably treat their kids. We love all our animals. I work at a major University as a Administrative Assistant and do photography professionally on the side. My husband was the owner of an archery business for 35 years but we recently sold the business and we now raise cattle full time
. I love to decorate our home and scour antique shops and flea markets for unique items all the time. You can usually find me out and about on Saturdays looking. I help my friends decorate their homes too. I love to bake and am always taking things to work. We love to go to Wyoming on vacations. We raise cattle and something you might not expect from me is my husband and I love to Turkey Hunt and Deer Hunt together. I can't wait for spring turkey season.