Scavenger Hunt Sunday

If you know me at all, you know evening is my favorite time of day.  I always get to be home in the evening, even when I’m working off the farm.  It also takes me out to pasture and lets me spend time with my animals.  It also gives that great golden light I love so much.  This is from my walk earlier in the week, before the torrential rains.

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This week’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday items:  favorite time of day, nature, the sky, hello, and photographer’s choice.  This one was perfect for me, so I’m not even going to tell you which picture I chose for each prompt.  I’ve included the eastern meadowlark from that same walk in pasture for Bird d’Pot.

The Rain Continues

The last few days have been rather rainy.  We got just over five inches yesterday.


That means the goats have been eating between showers, and they have spent most of their time in the barn.


Llenny is a good demonstration of how tall my pasture is getting.


This rain means that it’s not going to get made into hay this week like I had hoped.


I guess there’s always next week.

Sharing with Skywatch Friday.

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Let’s get right to those Scavenger Hunt Sunday items.  They are: special, habit, explore, me, and sprinkle.

Sprinkle:  The severe storms missed us yesterday, and all we had was a bunch of thunder and a few sprinkles.  I’m pretty grateful for the extra day or so to dry out a bit.



Explore:  My little bottle girl, Ursula, is getting to go outside to explore now.  I’m hoping to have her completely moved out in a couple of more days.  Sadly, that really weedy patch is the path from my patio to the back yard.  Looks like I need to take advantage of the dry weather and do a month of yard work.

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Special:  I really didn’t know what to choose for this one, so I chose a picture of the chicory with a bee of some kind on it.  I figured out that it takes a special day to get a good macro shot.  We don’t often see totally still weather around here.

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Habit:  The bees have a habit of pollinating the flowers.  Luckily, there’s no shortage of motherswort around my place.  I have happy bees.

motherswort collage

Me:  I don’t like to be in front of the camera.  That’s just me, who I am, so you get my picture of Cookie when she accidentally got into the yard.

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Her kids, Cutter and Dough, were good kids, staying in the barnyard with me.

I’m also sharing with Macro Monday, I Heart Macro and Mosaic Monday.

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