Friday’s Leftovers

17 Sep

Once again, you are getting my leftovers from when I was out taking pictures of all the crazy things going on this past week.

Victoria and Sidney




Haley by the barn; Maybeline in the doorway


I picked a pie pumpkin that I didn’t think would make it till October, and I forgot it in my truck.  When I finally got around to getting it out to feed to a goat, it was still good.


I was amazed, and Haley enjoyed it.

We hit the time of year when the blackbirds hold their fall convention on my farm.

All those black spots on the ground and in the trees are birds.

Seriously.  They were loud and everywhere.

Easier to see in the bean field.

There may have been some shenanigans while we were pressing apples last weekend.

My son, my nephew and the Little Farm Hand

Did you know that if you cut an apple in half across the core it has a star?

Every single time!

3 Responses to “Friday’s Leftovers”

  1. Jeanne September 17, 2021 at 5:22 pm #

    I like the picture of Reva, she looks like she was playing peekaboo!
    I wish I could have heard the blackbirds having their convention! There were surely a lot of them!
    The guys and their shenanigans were certainly having fun!
    Yes, I knew about the star in the apple core. How was the finished product?

  2. Eileen Wise September 18, 2021 at 5:45 am #

    I love all the goat photos. You had a huge flock of blackbirds. Take care, have a great weekend!

  3. Jim September 18, 2021 at 11:23 am #

    I sooo loved the goat eating your saved pumpkin. I’ve not seen the apple pressing, I have visited the cider sales room on an apple farm.

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