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Most of an Excello model 518 lawn mower waiting around in what used to be someone’s yard:

Caught this sunrise in the field in north-central Oklahoma :

Caught this sunrise in the field in north-central Oklahoma :

I’ve always liked this “sign” off I-35 in Kay County, OK.

I’ve always liked this “sign” off I-35 in Kay County, OK.

Beautiful weather in Washita County, #Oklahoma. 1929 concrete arch #bridge, State Highway Commission stamped culvert, and some great topography.

If mere dollars were to be considered, the actually destitute in our section could undoubtedly have been fed and clothed more cheaply than the work projects have been carried out. But in our national economy manhood must be considered as well as money. People employed to do some useful work may retain their self respect to a degree impossible under cash relief.
If we must worry so over the ruinous effects of made-work on people of this type, why haven’t we been worrying for generations over the character of the idlers to whom some accident of birth or inheritance has given wealth unmeasured, unearned, and unappreciated?

A couple of flakes from a site in eastern #oklahoma. The flake on the right has a modified edge.