Summertime and the liv’n is not as easy as winter. Tee Hee
This Terry coming in from making ditches…that’s the ditcher on the back.
I’ve been painting the outside of our house. It really needs it. Last year I painted down at the other house, but this year I MUST focus on this place.
Our corn is getting close to tasseling out! What a joy that is–the too wet and cold spring, followed by smashing heat gave us a wonder if the corn was going to pull through.
Here Terry is staking a load of hay…I am in charge of getting the stack stable…think poles and such holding up the stack…not a hard job, but a necessary job. We are already getting hay customers, which is a very good thing.
Of course there is always water to change, several times a day. If not change at least check.
I would really like to wash my windows, but we are being gifted with afternoon thunder and rain storms…I think I will wait a spell. 🙂
Boomer and I go out to scatter the corn once a day. This is old corn we keep around to feed the deer, birds, raccoons, whatever or whoever wants some—it keeps the critters OUT of the corn fields.
Life is busy. To be honest with you I really don’t want it any other way.
Off now to keep painting — I just about have one side done. ( We have a two-story house…I sure dread the 2nd story 😦 )
I still need to do the eaves on the west side, which is going to be time consuming.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,