The dogs and I walked after I had been to the Ag Hall today... so
it was 1 PM or so. We were there about an hour.
I had already taken a bunch of pictures down the road when I saw the babies sleeping out in the pasture.
Then I caught sight of something behind them.
Then he pounced on something in the grass... and went down into a little gully, out of sight.
We watched him for at least ten minutes. Twice I thought he had caught something he had pounced on.... maybe the first time he ate it fast, in the grass, because I had to wait for him to reappear.
I didn't want to bother him any longer (though he was out in the middle of a pasture).. so we
Yesterday's post about our beautiful Harvest Queen caused me to be given
more information about her by the Director of the Ag Hall, Dawn Gabel.
Here is a link to the painter who created her.
She was shown at the World's Fair in San Francisco in 1915.
We do not know how she came to be at the Ag Hall, but we are glad she did!