Dana Mize& the big m ranch
Well... Robert got his first taste of the Ranch and this was his overall reaction
Needless to say, he is raring and ready to go. We are so happy he liked the property.
We are going to have to adjust being 30 minutes away from all of our friends so it helps to know that he would like to come stay with us and thinks all of our other friends will be just as ready to come and hang out on the weekends.
We took him down the driveway and his eyes lit up. We showed him where the houses are going to sit and then we went through the property
Showing him all of our hunting stands
Then we walked down to the river and it just so happened that a flock of ducks flew out from the undercut of the riverbank.
Couldn't have been more picturesque!
Robert broke out the duck calls and got on it!
That was truly one of the most beautiful moments at the property so far.
Listening to the sound of the duck call bellowing through the trees, listening to the ducks and birds respond, the water flowing.
It was awesome.
I think Robert will have a blast down here. :)
Dang it... We all Will!
In other news:
I am DEATHLY afraid of heights
However, I am very proud that I made myself get into a
Lock on stand with climbing sticks while we were down at the property.
It took me 3 times to get all the way up...
And about 20 minutes to get down...
Ha Ha Ha but I did it!
Here was my view!
Pretty Dang amazing if you ask me!
If I had the courage to do that in the dark, It would be
GAME ON for Deer Season!
As of right now, I am still a chicken
and It will probably take me a few more tries before I go it along..
But the views are like no other
That is for sure!
Robert ended his trip with a donut and tearin' shit up with his truck Scarlett!
ha ha ha
Pretty good time down on the ranch. Ready to get down there
and really have some fun! :)
Until Next Time
25. Married to my High School sweet pea, Houston. We have lived in a 216 sq ft camper working on 3 years now to become as financially free as possible while building our first home ourselves on 25 Acres in the Upstate of South Carolina.