It has a number of other oak buddies nearby, including a massive willow oak which is close to six feet in diameter at its base. They are growing on top of a hill near a house that was once on a large farm, but now there are only about 10 acres of the original homestead left. The oaks are probably about 125-140 years old.
Today I saw some irises nearby:
They are giving way to other flowers as spring marches on.
Mama bluebird has filled her newly feathered nest with eggs:
That's it from here. My lawn needs to be mowed again. It will just have to wait.