Several days ago I was out in the back pasture and spotted these.I have no idea what kind they are or to whom they belong...they just sort of appeared.
And unfortunately, they disappeared just as quickly. In a few hours to be exact. S spotted a crow flying off with one of the eggs and then later, I found this over by the fence. Poor eggs. Poor mama and daddy of the eggs.
My first hummingbird on the farm!!! I was so excited to see that little bird at my feeder. I love watching them. (I promise. He really is there.)
The hard working farm dog.
We have what we think are apricots. YUM!
On the way to the apricot tree I stopped by the grapes...which are partially planted in the garden and partially in the fruit tree area. And look what I found under the grape vines. One lonely, little asparagus. This made me smile. I wonder tho...will there be more in the coming years perhaps?
My ma is in town. Let it be known that I have not hesitated to put her to work.
And of course, G. He has to play a major role in whatever takes place around here.
At any time it can become a full body experience.
I have decided that the soil here is the best I have ever worked in.
You always know you have great soil when you find all kinds of these fat, juicy guys.
The previous owners left this huge chunk of half baked alfalfa hay for me. Wasnt that nice of them?
Im not quite certain on what to do with it. Leave it to G to come up with a really great idea.
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