New life is always beautiful.
First calf on the ground in the longhorn/Hereford herd down the road.
It does not belong to the Hereford cow, who threatened that calf with a swing of her head just after I took this picture. It's mama is one of the longhorn cows.
The creeks are running full after the inch and a half rain we had this weekend.
This is a sight that makes me SO HAPPY.
This is Blooey the rooster and his two hens who have been
living in the old henhouse for three weeks. I could not get them out!
As of today, they are out and loving it. Of course, you know I'll have to net them
They were having a BLAST.
If you look in the previous picture, you see that I have the little henyard with the little red henhouse partitioned off. Once I see how these guys do, I'll open it up.
I did find a gap in the fencing... I found it when I looked at the pictures I took, so I sure
hope all three are there when I go back out this evening. It wasn't much of a gap, but not safe for nights for sure.
I saw these three dead horses on the way, too.
And their one living companion....
Jester's ear got in the way.
(The horses were all sleeping together, and I burst out laughing).
The first morels are up. People love morels.
Keith and I like to have ONE meal with them and that's it. So...
I'll pick a few tonight when I go out to do chores, and that's that.
Here is a picture of a hawk taking off around the corner from us .... on a cloudy day, this is
about as good as you get.
Same hawk in the sunlight on Friday.
A scene from the feeder at the old house. Keith is
going to make me a similar feeder here, as soon as he is feeling a
little better. The cardinal waited for a few minutes patiently, then
dove into the fray and had his treat.