Saturday was a glorious day. Sunny, cool, breezy, and dry. At All-Star Therapy Group, Logan got to ride out across the pasture and through the woods for the first time this year. Of course I came along to document the event.
The new green of Spring is great. Everything is very lush right now right now in northeastern Oklahoma. As one heads west it dries out quickly and there have been several big grass fires not too far away.
But on Saturday we were just enjoying the riding and walking through the pasture and woods.
When was the last time you went on a walk through the woods?
Saturday the flowers were blooming and the sun was shining at Woodward Park. It’s that time of year when Spring is Springing but the trees haven’t leafed out yet.
The critters were out scrounging around.
People were flocking to enjoy the sun and the quiet of the place.
This couple went old school with a blanket and a dog. I wish we had dogs that could just lay down and be quiet in a public place. No way, especially with a bunch of squirrels that need a good barking and chase.
I was totally jealous of this guy or gal. I’d never seen a hammock that closes up like this. What a great place to take a nap.
Like I said, everybody was catching rays.
The Daffodils are blooming at Woodward Park
So everybody is out taking pictures of flowers and themselves and their loved ones. When I first got there there was a couple who set up a tripod with a video camera to make videos of themselves making out in amongst the daffodils. I was too flabbergasted to fulfill my journalistic duty to document such goings on in the buckle of the Bible belt. I’m sure they were from New York or California or some other godless place. Anybody out there done a video of themselves making out? We want to hear about it.
I brought along my pinhole camera to take pics of the daffodils.
This is a double exposure using the pinhole camera. A Holga PC 135.
I can’t wait for the tulips to come up!
Anybody else tired of all the ice and snow? It won’t be long now. The days are getting longer and the sun higher. Spring will be here before you know it.
Logan had his school prom Friday night. I was under the weather so I just popped in. A good time was had by all I’m told. The venue took the photo below with all the kids. It is a small school but mighty. Logan is the guy wearing the red vest to the left. Heather told me that he danced and socialized and had a great time. I was home watching more episodes of Breaking Bad.
I think they had more fun than I did!
I am really looking forward to the red buds blooming
Oxley Nature Center, April 2010
Creek Bottom, Washita County, Oklahoma