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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Outdoor Wednesday


        
Glad you dropped by.  Susan, our hostess, has some great outdoor participates each Wednesday. Check them out at
http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com

You do not need a blind to find many of these

wild hogs.  In fact, it is said there are way too many in Texas.
After a long day or night hunt, enjoy the pleasure of a fire pit.


 

11 comments:

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Wow - Would not like running into one of these, I read recently that they are a really problems in some areas.
Thanks for stopping by and nice comment.
Enjoy your evening.

bj said...

I think those hogs are sooo ugly and, would you believe that Mr. Sweet killed one and HAD IT'S HEAD MOUNTED...BRRRRRR....sooo ugly

Ginny said...

Oh goodness, I guess they roam around like the stray cats do here. I saw a T.V. show not long ago about a few men who are for hire to come out at night and kill people's hogs, they are always successful. They make a lot of money this way.

Andrea said...

Thanks LV for visiting my post. I am so glad at that age you are abreast with technology! My mother is same age as you, but because she hasn't been like you in the past, she just look at the pictures in FB and just move the arrow on the slider, LOL. I hope the two of you stay longer as you wish, take care and have the fullest life.

George said...

Wild hogs are a big problem in our Smoky Mountains as well. It's amazing how much damage they can do.

Light and Voices said...

Wild pigs....watch out. I really don't want to run into those wild pigs. I like the fire ring though. mmmm, think I want some chocolate, marshmellows and graham crackers....yummy.
JM Illinois

Leovi said...

Yes, an exciting wait!

Stephanie said...

Wow, what great pictures! Have a lovely Wednesday :)

Hugs to you!

Carrie said...

My husband would love to participate in a hunt for a wild hog. Me, not so much!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Lots of em around here in Florida too..too many. The pickup camper brings back great memories of when we used to camp that way.

New Jersey Memories said...

Oh, I wouldn't want to run into one of those! The old wild things we have around here are deer and wild turkeys!