By Kim L. Fritzemeier
KFRM Central Kansas Reporter
Kansas Farm Wife along the Stafford/Reno County Line
Life is often a rerun. I make dinner. I make supper. I clean. I do the laundry. I run after parts. I write. I work.
This was one of the "crowd" favorites of the photos I took in March at Lake Hefner. So I wanted to recreate the scene during my August walk.
The sun was probably in the wrong place to get a totally accurate "rerun," but it was still fun to compare the same tree, five months down the road.
Or see the beautiful green of the trees reflected in the waters of a nearby creek.
It was different to see a marina of boats dotting the landscape, instead of tractors and pickups rambling down a dirt road.
The ducks were floating along on sun-kissed water instead of flying high above me as they take off from Quivira National Wildlife Refuge near the County Line.
I wasn't the only one who enjoyed the change of pace. Most of the time, Randy plays golf on the Stafford course. But Saturday, he played the Hefner Golf Club.
I kept looking for him as I walked, but I couldn't see him, even with his K-State purple in the midst of Oklahoma Red Country.
Best of all, even with the water hazards and the water in the lake, he didn't lose a single ball.
(You can kind of see the lake in the background of this photo.)
And even though it's fun to see some different scenery, I'm never sorry to turn back into the driveway at the County Line. Home. Reruns are OK with me.
If you'd like more information and photos about me and my family, visit my personal blog at www.kimscountyline.blogspot.com
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