|The rosemary bloomed and made seeds this year.|
Since I grew it from seed itself that seems kind of cool
It didn't bloom sideways, but it is determined to look like it
Can't get away from the amazement of this month. Who ever heard of making hay in October? Well,actually the boss has been making hay right into November in recent years, thanks to cool, very wet summers and springs.
We have another load to throw off today. I am so proud of myself, throwing off two loads on Monday. And I wasn't even stiff the next day, which utterly astonished me.
Not that I am tough or anything. It is just knowing how to use leverage to get the load apart and get the bales on the elevator.
Today is another balmy, soft one, with the sun rising all silver and gold, and the trees slowly undressing right down to their bones, and putting on quite a floor show as they do.
I have finished the Farm Side for this week....a tale of unloading hay....time to fill the bird feeder, see Becky off to work, and get that wagon done.
|Katydid....nope, not a katydid, a leafhopper.... on a clothespin|