The snow out in the open is filthy. Top soil is in the ditch. It is good for the wildflowers! Thank you corporate farmers for plowing and disking your farm land so it can blow into the ditch where the wildflowers grow!
Not exactly a winter wonderland…although many are wondering where the snow is…especially those snowmobilers.
This is a field
kitty-corner catty-corner diagonally across from us.
This field is right across the road. It was a small grain field and it was not plowed. The turkeys are helping out by eating leftover grain and fertilizing…both activities turkeys do best. We didn’t count this time because no one got the memo that I was out taking photographs and everyone else should stay off
the my road. There must have been 50-60 turkeys maybe more.
We saw a herd of five deer but they were too far off to get a good photo. Chance and I really enjoyed our afternoon drive.
We went to town, the accountant had our taxes done and they have been sent off electronically…cross something off the list!
Good-bye February…I won’t miss your icy wind chills or your sub zero temperatures for days on end. Your gloomy grey days weren’t very much fun either. The snow and dirt in the air (snirt) was a real blast.