Today he took time out of his morning to give me a tour of the main part of his farm and despite the drought riddled conditions, his tour didn't disappoint. Unfortunately, I was so busy asking questions and listening to his answers that I pretty much forgot the camera in my lap. I did get one good picture of him in front of the flock of geese that live on his pond.
And a picture of one of his crew picking okra in what I consider to be a massive okra field.
I have to say that despite differences in farming philosophy, I have so much respect for this man and really appreciate him taking time out of his day to visit with me and share some of the knowledge he's worked so hard to learn over the years. I can only hope to be doing this when I'm his age.