September Sunset

My cornfield and buffer strip.  On the other side of the fence is the Back Forty where my goats go to eat.

Corn Sunset

We’ve had some awfully pretty sunsets lately.

Sharing with Good Fences and Skywatch Friday.

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It’s Ready Again

I walked through the waterways last week, and I saw that the alfalfa is ready to be cut and baled again.

butterfly on alfalfa

Sadly, we had another two inches of rain last night.


There’s a lot of hay waiting for some dry weather, so we can make it.


Even though the cropduster wasn’t spraying my fields, the pilot flew over my farm.  I’m amazed at the precision these pilots have going so close to the ground with wires and trees around.

Cropduster 16ew

Cropduster 17ew

Cropduster 31ew

Cropduster 35ew

Cropduster 45wSharing with Good Fences and Skywatch Friday.


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