The great American artist, Winslow Homer, has been an inspiration for generations. He was probably the most famous American watercolorist and illustrator of the nineteenth century. I only recently discovered, believe it or not, that I have something in common with Mr. Homer. Circa 1865, Winslow painted this image of a crude harrow being pulled by a horse. The harrow was used to clear brush and prepare the soil for planting…

Winslow Homer



See the resemblance?


South Texas is infested with wild hogs. Feral hogs do tremendous damage to improved pastures, crops and livestock to the tune of over $50 million a year. This is a sample of the damage they can do…







~ by leicaman on March 5, 2011.

4 Responses to “Hogenator…”

  1. Love Homer’s work but MY LORD! those hogs can do some damage!

  2. te amo mucho mi amor….

  3. te amo y te extrano mucho!!!

  4. e amo

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