Did you know that there were 16 varieties of bluestem. I learned that and a lot more than I ever thought I wanted to know about weeds and grasses as I hunted with Jim Willis Saturday. I also learned that he had some great Elhew pointers. Let's go straight to the pictures.
Here's Elhew Dixie with Jim doing the honors;
Here's a great Britt named Buddy pointing as Elhew Sue backing;
Elhew Dixie again;
Here's Sue pointing with Jim doing the honors;
I'm not making this up. Byron brought a Britt named Buddy and a GWP named Ranger. Here's Ranger pointing with Cracker backing;
Would you pick out ranger as a GWP?
I don't post many pictures of Cracker anymore, but she does point. Here you go;
I saved the best bird dog picture for last. Here's Yeats with ET doing the honors;
Jim liked to look at the guts. This crop was filled with a milo size weed seed;
After the hunt;
I mentioned ET's historic, restored farmhouse. It was built in 1910. Take a look at these 100 year old Live Oaks;
Byron was headed south, and Jim is out somewhere burning pastures.