The pinto beans are setting on and starting to fill out —harvest will be sometime in September
Since we leave all our windows open day and night, the house smells like fresh mown hay. Third cutting… time is passing quickly now
While Terry mowed the hay I mowed my lawn…it was in dire need of my attention! 🙂
Yesterday we hauled in gravel and spread it on the long, long lane from the farmyard to the road….also putting down gravel in the farm yard itself
Then the thing I hate to do worse than anything….is getting Terry out of a tight spot.
He went over to make a ditch, got stuck…I had to come over and pull him out…
When he is in a ditch like this I’m always afraid I will pull him ‘wrong’ and cause the tractor to tip over.
When I was young our neighbor did tip over and it killed him. Then (when our kids were grown) Terry’s good friend was working on one of his ditches when his tractor tipped over and killed him.
Scary stuff…working on wet ditches!
Finally we made it to the end of the day…the water changed for the last time until first light.
It was time to watch a little TV, rest a spell before bed. to relax.
Boomer lay down beside my chair, while I worked on a needlepoint canvas.
The day finally …. finally coming to an end.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,