There is Always One —- Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Terry and I were oiling the top of the snowmachine trailer

when I happened to look over by the canal and saw a cow meandering happily down the fence in the other field!

Terry took off down the long lane and shut the gate to our road, and opened the gate between our place and the other place.

Being a young cow— first-year heifer—she thought about throwing a wee fit, but also being very pregnant she decided running with a huge weight in her middle was just not going to happen she walked down the long lane until she got to our yard.

Then deciding NO ONE WAS GOING TO TELL HER WHAT TO DO….she crossed the dry canal, ran onto my lawn, ran to the corner of the yard and neatly jumped the electric fence, not even touching a hoof to the wire.

Next step for us was to find out where she jumped out and fix the fence there.

Our neighbors, next door, are big farmers and just finishing up the last of their corn.

Boomer and I helped.

Later we all took a small walk as the sun went down.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

 

The Reflection of Wonder—Tuesday, December 19, 2017

While out repairing the electric fence the cows so delightedly tore down—I couldn’t help but enjoy the cold touch of the almost winter breeze as it cooled our late fall land even further.

It was on the last string of wire, when Shannon stopped and asked her Dad to look at into the tree.  Hearing them talk I ha to leave my fencing duties to see what they found.

Another wonder of our magnificent earth…a huge wasp nest!

What a cool thing to find!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

All the Way from Oswego, Illinois—Monday, December 19, 2016

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Joe Copper has been following my blog for sometime now—

cold-in-oswego-ilHe wrote me a very nice email and sent to me this very cold, but also very lovely photos of his home town, Oswego, Illinois.

oswego-il-sunriseThe first one is the moon, the second one shows the wind whipped land, and the last one a stunning sunrise.

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Then to give us a little taste of what the weather people were saying, when he sent the photos…the above!

Brrrr!

Thanks, Joe!  I always enjoy seeing what is going on where my blog friends live.  I also enjoy sharing what is sent to me so everyone who reads, can also share in the kindness.

Your friend on western Colorado farm,

Linda