They kind of resemble pinkish orange cherries, but they are not. It was definitely an oak tree, see the leaves.
I then had a surprise visitor. It was my cousin Grace, from Kansas. We grew up together, along with all my other cousins, in Pennsylvania. She now resides in Kansas and came to Houston to visit with her son, who was kind enough to bring her up to Cut and Shoot to visit me.
Of course I took her to my son's place to visit the Wabbit Wanch. Here she is just after petting a bunny:
Her son took a picture of the two of us:
Then my wife and son joined us and her son took another picture. Now, I realize that no one took a picture with him in it, dang!
Remember my blogs about all the cards and poems we sent to my Aunt in the nursing home? Well, this lady is one of her daughters. She lives in a town in Kansas that a few years back was nearly wiped off the map with a huge tornado. Her house was one of the very few that were undamaged. She said she opened her front door after the storm passed and all the homes were leveled! The neighbors were starting to crawl out of their basements. I had a great day yesterday and now I want you all to have a great day, you hear?