Look at how green it is in September! This makes me want to move to Missouri. Sometimes here in the high desert, I dream of acres and acres of Kentucky Blue Grass...
Lovely to see green!
I live in Missouri but I only have dogs to round up! Love all your pictures. My father grew up in Tennessee and all our childhood we spent commuting from here to our farm. Great memories.Connie
That's one of my favorite views of the farm--the tracks leading home (or is it away?).
Hi I Gallop On,I, too, was surprised by how green it was back in late September. This photo record of the farm I've been making has been quite an eye opener!Hi Kat,Yes indeed!Hi Nina,Thanks and welcome to the farm! : )Hi Connie,Welcome to the farm! Ha ha, rounding up dogs can be quite enough at times. : ) Thanks for taking the time to write and say hello. I look forward to hearing from you again.Hi Clare,: )Hi Amy,I like that view, too. It's actually looking up the driveway away from the house and toward the front gate at the base of the hill.Just for fun, here's another picture of that same part of the farm. In the second photo in this post you can see the same little green bush on the right side of this green September photo. The wagon was heading toward the front gate and then up the steep hill on the right.
My don't those sheep look picturesqueI just stumbled across your blog today (I am from a very small country island, though now transplanted in the depths of urban south America) and I am in raptures. :) keep up the good work!
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