It is really dry here. The brush along the edges of the roads is turning color. The corn needs rain.
This field belongs to our neighbor, he relies on the good Lord to send the needed rain..so far it remains dry.
The Pin Cherries are ready to pick, someone could make jelly.
Peas, Oats and Wheat on July 19 2014
Leaves are beginning to fall out of the Oak trees a sure sign that it is too dry and that it is August. The lawn has gone dormant and only the shaded areas are green. The lawn mower and the lawn mower operator will get a rest.
Our days are filled with errands, projects or naps… it just depends on the day. I need to make a list of projects to complete before the snow flies…leaves falling out of the trees makes me think of Fall.
Far Guy and I went into the museum and gave the new curator, two board members and two volunteers a lesson in accessioning items. Hopefully they have it all under control now.