Last evening hubby and I had a date to have dinner with the young man who went to Canada with us last year and his fiance. On our way we went by this beautiful field of corn that belongs to me. My dad died when I was in high school and he left farm ground to my brother and I. My son farms my ground now, which has always been his dream, and I love driving by and seeing the crops growing. We had a slow start this year with all the rain, but it has been growing like crazy now that it is really warm and sunny. It looks like it will be a good year after all! Once we arrived to pick up our dinner guests, Chris's cows welcomed us with curious looks. It has been so hot here that the cows find any mud they can and lay in it to cool off. They all looked pretty cruddy but cool! Here is a better shot of some of them going out to pasture for some good grass for supper.
Our last stop before leaving for our supper was the tool shed. Here is where all his animals are mounted. I guess his fiance really doesn't think they belong in the house (I agree but we don't have a tool shed) so here is where he put them. Great idea!
That is a little bit of farm life in my neck of the woods and I hope you have enjoyed it. I love traveling and visiting other parts of this world but I wouldn't want to live anywhere but here.
Home sweet home!