It’s almost August! County Fairs are in full swing, State Fairs are brewing, family reunions and vacations are in the air and it’s still hot. Here is what I found on this week’s Scavenger Hunt.
There is little or no paint on this windmill. There are many shapes that make a windmill work.
Last spring, J planted corn! With the little bit of rain we got two weeks ago the corn is stilll green. J’s Grandpa was the last to plant corn on the ranch. We are going to chop it for silage to feed the calves. It has been a learning process and J has found out that weed control and rain at the right time are key factors to corn growing success.
Some have short and fine eyelashes.
The clouds have been pretty spectacular lately.
There are storm clouds in life and there are rays of light and hope. Lets paint our prairies green, our sky’s blue and use many shapes to express our individuality. May our minds let go of past hurts like eyelashes in the wind and cherish what matters most.
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at Ramblings and Photos
at A Rural Journal
at The View From Right Here
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