Monday, October 29

Farm Photo 10/29/07: Frost Is On The Pumpkins

Hay Is In The Barn

Want to see more?
You'll find plenty of autumn color
here, and there are all sorts of farm landscape photos here. If you feel like revisiting summer haying season, just click here.

A year of Farm Photos ago:
10/26/06: Did Someone Order More Fall Color?
10/27/06: Donkey Doodle Dandy Is Fluffing Up For Winter
10/28/06: Out Of The Blue
10/29/06: I Don't See Colors Like You Do

Two years ago:
10/26/05: Where We Cut Firewood
10/26/05: Why We Cut Firewood
10/27/05: Where Sheep Sleep, Take Two
10/28/05: Local Real Estate
10/29/05: Patchy Cat Is Out Of The Loop

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  1. I just want you to know that I've passed this post on to Bubba so that I can, for once, win a game of "Hay!"

    So, I thank you for this glorious photo.

  2. Hey you - what a heck of a haystack! Sweet stacks of winter sustenance for ewe all!

  3. I hate to be whinny, but I would love to see an autumnal portrait of Cary.

  4. I'm quite jealous of that hay. It's very hard to come by here in NC these days.

  5. I'm going to have to hide this photo from my husband, because he would have something to say about the tilt to that rustic shed.


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