Friday, August 29, 2014
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
1. Do not walk behind a horse. He will kick you where you don't want to be kicked. Especially in the peanuts. (Personally, I can't think of a place I would want to be kicked by a horse. When one of them asked if they knew what he meant by peanuts. One of them replied, "I'm not sure but I've always liked cashews.")
2. If you are going to throw a rock at a snake, it has to be a flat rock.
3. My route goes farther South than I thought. While they looked at a compass that one of them had removed from his book bag. I was informed, "Mr. Brandon, we just passed South."
So the next time you are headed to or past South, run into a snake and cannot find a flat rock you know what to do. Throw him behind a horse to get kicked in the peanuts or cashews whatever you prefer.