Old Fence

I can’t believe how busy things are.  I’m working like crazy to get the garage construction started, tending my garden and goats, and getting ready for the pumpkin patch for this fall.  On top of that, I just called called to go to a class for my off-farm job, so I’ll be gone next week.

my fence with a grape vine

my fence with a grape vine

I’m rushing to get everything done before I go, but we’ll see where that leaves me with blog posts.

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Eastern Kingbird

Busy, busy, busy.  Just a shot of the eastern kingbird from my walk in pasture last night.


Hope everyone is doing well.

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Betty Lou’s Beard

Betty Lou is a pretty girl, and when I was walking in pasture last night, I noticed that she’s actually grown a pretty respectable beard.

Betty Lou

Betty Lou

That’s why tonight I wondered where on earth she had been while I was at work?

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Her beard is rather full of burrs, and there aren’t any in my pasture (the goats eat the plants before they can make those burrs).

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My nephew sent me a text that he had to put the goats back where they belonged because they were in the bean field.  (Notice the paths where they were walking.

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The grass is flattened where the panel was knocked down.

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I did hobble it together a little better, but I’ll need to set a couple of new posts this weekend.

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This poor lane fence has seen a lot of rough times, mostly due to some Maxine nameless cow.

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