He’s become self-appointed pasture patrolman… breaking up disputes, chasing interlopers, etc. Yet come lambing time, he will be first on the scene of a new birth, encouraging the first-time mamas and watching as the babes take their first steps.
joining The View From Right Here for Weekly Top Shot
The fog that began Saturday evening, was still clinging to the ground all day yesterday. It was very surreal, kind of (what we imagine it would be) like walking around inside a cloud. Although it wasn’t raining, you could not help but be drenched from the fine mist that constantly surrounded you. In spite of chill in the air, it was really quite beautiful.
Rain began during the night, and we now have been issued a blizzard warning from 6 p.m. tonight through 6 p.m. Tuesday, with the worst of it coming around midnight. Most of the leaves are now off the trees, so we’re just hoping the lights stay on. Stay safe everyone!
“October’s poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter.”
~ Nova Bair
Forgive us for continuing to share the same fence-line, but this view never gets old… it is forever-changing… with the farm schedule… with the seasons
Joining Life According to Jan and Jer for Friday’s Fences
Don’t think for a moment that the Moving into March walk went unnoticed by the farm dwellers. They definitely recognize when there is anything out of the ordinary, and are never at a loss for words.
“I think you are going the wrong way!”
“We ran all the way down here… we thought you were bringing the hay!”
“What are you doing down there?”
“We’ve been up and down this hill four times. Aren’t you finished taking pictures?”
“You better be coming up out of there with hay!”
“Don’t make me come down there and get you!”