I remember those days when I helped on the farm.
I remember helping the neighbor put on a big spread for the men helping on the farm. (And then all the dirty dishes I had to help her do after they ate, whew!)
i love when haying season goes well. our heat is here.
It hardly took them any time, it's such a small field. Now, hopefully, he will let the cows in there again for a while.
I love the view you have. I, too used to help my grandfather when he cut the hay. Back then the balers formed it into actual bales instead of the big rolls of hay that our combines do today.
Thank you. I have to say, I think the view is worth more than our house. My boys helped the local farmers with the square bales too. It's hot work.
Those forecasted temperatures make me cringe. Ugh
Yeah, after tomorrow, I will not even peek out the door!
After all the rain we've had the cows have plenty of green grass for now.
Grass (weeds) is growing by leaps and bounds, between the rains and now the bright sun! I'll bet it's deep where you are and that's a good thing.
I bet it's muggy and those thunderstorms will clear the air. Phew, I remember when I lived in New Jersey, which was so humid, but I bet nothing like what you get. I think you have to be born in a climate like that to be able to stand it.
Actually it's not bad today, it will get worse as the heat builds. If it's hot, thunderstorms generally just make more steam.
Our neighbors just hauled in last bit of hay from across the road from us. Also brought in cows for summer pasture.Coffee is on
I'm hoping the neighbor lets his cows in now, I love watching the cows and calves.
Guess it's that time of year. We've had some crazy weather here in Maryland. Love the view from your front door!
I'd love to live in town, but I would miss the view terribly.
Thank you for your visit!
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