In the Pasture

1 Nov

We had really beautiful weather this weekend.  I took advantage of that do go spend some time in pasture and through my corn field.

Odie

Perdita

red-bellied woodpecker

goats on the bottom

There’s no water in the ditch (Maisie and Venus)

eating in the rough (Reva, Athena and Sidney)

Dolly

Tree swallow on the electric line–I don’t usually see them.

But there were three of them!

Maybelind

walking by the corn

corn–the ears are small this year

I saw a hawk!

taking off from the tree

the neighboring field getting combined

It really was beautiful!

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3 Responses to “In the Pasture”

  1. Jeanne November 1, 2022 at 9:55 pm #

    That’s great that you had such nice weather for the weekend. Ours was turning colder. We’ve had a little rain, which was nice.

    Your pictures are all beautiful! And I love the swallows! They’re one of my favorite birds.

    Your llama lladies are looking really good.

    Take care!

    • Teresa November 1, 2022 at 10:02 pm #

      Our weather is crazy (near record) warm. Tomorrow will be almost 80 degrees.

      • Jeanne November 1, 2022 at 10:28 pm #

        Oh my goodness! The temperature here right now, is 44 degrees. It’s probably going to be in the 30s toward morning.

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