Had a couple of recurring questions regarding my boys will be boys post. So I thought I'd oblige and answer them here.
First, what does Pete have in his garden? Might be easier to tell you what Pete doesn't have in his garden! The picture is just of a small plot behind the house. There are also rows all the way down the pipeline towards his brother's house. And there is another larger square to one side of the house, out towards the hog pen and the pond.
So we have: potatoes, greens, squash, watermelon, cantelope, peas, okra, tomatoes (several kinds), eggplant, butterbeans, peppers, and corn. I think that's all. I'm not sure.
And the second question was how did Bubba get that four wheeler out? Being young and almost 18, he is a high-tech redneck. He had his cell phone with him. Kept him and Brandon from having to walk all the way out just to get help. So they called Pete's cousin and he and his son-in-law came down the river in a boat with a very long cable, a chain and a set of come-a-longs. Once they got there it took them about 45 minutes to come-a-long it out of that hole.
See, sometimes I forget I live in Caneyhead. Most everybody around here just assumes you have what we have in a garden. And anyone around here would have looked at Bubba's picture and the location I gave and known what it took to get it out. I forget sometimes just how big and diverse the world is; even in the South. ;o )
P.S. - We are now planning to go to Galveston on Saturday. Bubba will be at the TSA Regionals with his top secret project. And Bug will be somewhere with Aunt Edna. But around here, you never can tell and you don't count your chickens before they hatch. And if you count them afterward, you'll likely find you loose one or two each day to some varmit or another.