Monday, June 30, 2008

Monday Farm Photo: View From a Hay Bale


Taking a Break from Loading Up the Trailer

A year of Farm Photos ago:
6/30/07: Stormy Weather On My Mind but not On My Farm

Two years ago:
6/29/06:
It's Not the End of the Day Yet
6/30/06: Martha & Her Twins Keep Sneaking Into the Hayfield

Three years ago:
6/28/05: Last of the Hay Bales - We Start Cutting Today
6/29/05: It's Best to Cut Hay On a Hot Sunny Day
6/30/05: This Way to the Hen Houses

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1 comment:

  1. You are definitely in high gear - does work on the new house/bakery still go on? Looking forward to updates but not making requests - you blogged a lot this weekend! WTG.

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