January 20th, already? Didn’t we just celebrated New Year’s last week? Time flies when you are busy and/or having fun!
I didn’t get a basket picture. I thought about taking a picture of my twine bucket and didn’t get that done either. For the most part we pull all the twine off the hay bales we feed. I take the twine and put it in my bucket then through it in the trash. There are days that we are in a hurry or it’s really cold or the twine is frozen. On those days we just cut the strings and let them lay and I pick them up on a nice day. I have plenty of time while J is going after bales to scavenger around for twine and I usually fill my bucket. I like to think that I am worth my weight in twine.
This old combine is parked in the fence line. It has not been used for years and years. I am willing to guess that back in the day this machine saw it’s fair share of small grains.
Our Township road doesn’t see many autos. This road is mostly used by us and the neighbors; the mail comes three days a week. We see an increase in traffic during the fall hunting season.
This skillet was recycled or repurposed into a craft project!
I don’t get much people watching done at home, but I get quite a bit of cattle watching. I snapped these pictures while walking through the calves on a sunny afternoon.
My bucket runneth over with twine. While my cup runneth over as I enjoy an afternoon stroll checking and photographing cattle. We don’t recycle used twine, but do our best with soda cans. J thinks I need to learn to park it as I am usually ready to head out for chores about the time he is getting up. I guess people watching on Facebook is a good way to pass the time while I drink my morning coffee. Although, he doesn’t complain that I have the tractors started and warmed up for chores.
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