Independence Day (week) on the Farm

I said Independence Day (week) because in our little home town, the rodeo kicks off the weekend before the 4th with a party and then the rodeo itself goes for 4 days. Fireworks are for sale in town for a solid 2 weeks before the big day too. Here on the farm, things are much more laid back. Enjoy! Amy


It rained so hard both Thursday and Friday (9th and 10th) due to an atmospheric "river" that we actually have some minor flooding. In June. I'm starting to worry our hay is going to all go to seed before it even is able to be cut! Our longest stretch of dry weather has been 2-3 days so far! We went on a wet woods walk and have some new arrivals! Enjoy! Amy

June Already!!!

It's hard to believe that it's June already! Still getting temps in the upper 50's/low 60's for highs with the sporadic mid to upper 70's thrown in lately. Rain is still a more constant companion than sun right now too. Not that I'm complaining if it helps our drought situation around here. I would love for the pastures to stay green longer than July. Now onto your regularly scheduled blog for the week! Enjoy! Amy