Unbelievable, there I was yesterday afternoon and this poor, lost, hungry, wandering soul from Israel is pounding on my door pleading for refuge from the Arkansas cold and Yankee tourists that might be lingering in the woods
Howard has spent 2 nights with us on "R" Hill here is western Arkansas and it's been great. Judi was up in Wichita Friday evening but she got home about noon Saturday and 1st thing she did, right in line with Southern tradition, is give Howard a hug, I had warned him but he was still surprised.
We talked, we ate, we talked more, and of course in line with another great Southern tradition I treated Howard to his very 1st NASCAR race, live from Richmond! (Awww flitter! Keselowski won)
Among the exciting activities I undertook to entertain our houseguest were, burning a large pile of tree limbs, brush and clippings; move some large rocks with my nice new John Deere tractor; and water about 4000 sqft of Bermuda sod we just had put down....Thrills & chills!
Sadly time went too fast and Howard has to fly out of Tulsa tomorrow on the next leg of his travels before going home in 2 weeks.
One thing for sure, he is always welcome back and he needs to bring the wife.
Here we are sitting and enjoying race #26 from Richmond.