I promise this is IT there ain’t no more. I had somebody say to me the other day…”your blog is kinda all about the Pioneer Woman, isn’t it?”……I like to think it’s more about what I enjoy: encouraging others (hopefully), sharing my FOOD, and sharing my life experiences, which Ree Drummund fortunately has become part of. So I write about it. I hope I haven’t bored you, or annoyed anyone by writing so much about this trip or P-Dub. I might write about her more, but for now this is it…and well, this really isn’t anything about the Pioneer Woman herself anyway…it’s just something I observed while at the Ranch and I thought you and any inquisitive minds in your home might want to see it.
I just found it very interesting…..the decomposition of horse poop, manure, dung, whatev you wanna call it. My kids are always asking me “why this, why that”…why did God make flies. I have always told them…because they eat poop, and something needs to get rid of the poop. I can always see their brains a-churnin like who’s poop. There isn’t any poop laying around here.
So because my kiddos, ask…and maybe yours do too. I had to take a picture of the natural progression of manure decomposing with the help of the good Ol Fly. This poo however had some help from Marlboro Mans truck tire.
And there it is the final poo. Almost gone…just waiting for a truck to drive over it and mix it all in with the dirt, a good hard rain, or a good Ol wind to whip up and blow it away.