Terry is planning on laying more transmission pipe this spring. He wanted to lay it last fall but we were too wet. The whole winter was wet until just now. So off he went to hand-dig up the culvert under the farm road, then back to get the tractor with the loader on it.
Boomer and I walked up later to see how he was doing….”Finished!” he replied.
We followed him back to the yard and asked if he would like to go with us (meaning myself, Boomer and Fuzzy) to go look at the cows!
In just seconds we were on our way–
There is one cow with outstanding markings–she is all black except for her long whitetail….she is behind the two white cows, she is the one with the horns
Hiding a new calf in the marsh land isn’t a good idea. So if he could stir up the calf, the mom would take it on to higher and dryer ground.
I didn’t get a good photo of the calf and mom moving off.
Tomorrow I’ll show you the other creatures we saw along the way. Today the air and the sun feels just like yesterday–Spring has arrived. I even heard a flock of Red-Winged Black Birds while we were up there. Delightful birds.
They say another rain/snow storm is supposed to come in Wednesday and our temperatures to drop way down. Still…no matter what…we are on the other side of winter now.
My heart goes out to all of you still trapped in the huge massive snow and freezing temperatures back east. To have a warm up would be a delightful gift to all of you winter weary souls! Magic Thoughts for Spring to find you soon!