We’re done, we’re done, we’re done! Another harvest finished on the Schraefel farm. Yahoo! It is always such a relief when those machines pull into the yard for the last time. Although now the fun begins – trying to sell all this good grain. But at least it is dry and safe in the bins.
Scratchings in the Dirt
I went out to bring in the clothes from the line this evening, and saw what I thought was a big old crow in the trees. On closer inspection, I found it was an owl. A gorgeous, big owl, just sitting there taking in the lovely evening! It sat, perched on the very tip of
My favorite middle son turned 16 today. It often overwhelms me how fast these boys are growing up! Older and up, I guess. Although Stephen seems to have levelled off at 6’2″. Now he just has to put a little meat on those long bones. He looks like such a toothpick on the football field.
We had a little shower around supper time this evening, which put the kibosh on any more combining (although Clem said the peas were still a little tough) and swathing (which Clem had stopped doing anyway because the lentils are still on the green side). But it made for a beautiful evening for a walk