This morning I grabbed my camera and
headed out the door to take a few
Fall has started to show it's colors
here on the farm
but unlike those of you
in the Northwest and in the
east...we don't get those beautiful
red trees in large numbers.
Most of those trees are not
native to our area so you have to go
into town or the city
to enjoy them.
We have a few wild vines
that turn red
so I enjoy them when they turn color.
I'm so glad this one survived the drought
as these were never watered.
Shep followed me out to the pasture
along with Henry and Olly.
Unfortunately for him he can't get
through the fence so he waits
patiently for our return.
He's watching Chelsea go through
Some of the leaves are just starting to
Henry had fun hunting for anything
Olly takes life easy and watches Henry.
Shep still waiting patiently.
A good start to the woodpile
but we still have lots to split.
The tree in front of the corn crib
is just starting to change color.
I wonder if the owl that lived in the barn
is now living in the loft of the corn crib.
Watermelon still growing in the garden.
The gourds should start drying
My future yard art flower container :)
Cappuccino with Spicy Meatball the rooster.
The garden shed/coop
Poor Olly...I think he's had enough walking
for one day.
I hope your week is a good one!