While the horses were finishing their grain I went out to the back forty to pick the pasture.
Started out a little grey and cool.
We have had about 17 days in a row without rain, and now we could actually use some.
By 9am it started to warm up a little...still had to put the masks on the horses.
Gucci.....Gucci! Where are you?????
A paddock mulching day...that's the good part about being dry.
This is why I need a good camera...could not get a clear shot of this bee.
Once again I did not leave the farm. Two days in a row!
At 1:30 my class arrived. Joan is back...Connie was absent. I have made arrangements for them to have a show on November 21st (Saturday night 6-9pm) at MARTI'S ON MAIN...a new gallery in Albion. Hopefully there will be plenty of work from current and past students.
Joan brought homemade cookies and I made Cranberry Apple Tea. It was pretty cool out on the porch and I loaned everyone a sweatshirt or sweater.
Around 3:45 I started making some eggplant parm and forgot to take photos...it was delicious. Gary had a 6pm meeting and I went out to do chores.
By now the sky was as clear as a bell.
This kind of light makes me want to keep taking photographs....
It cooled off quickly, and I predict that the horses will start growing winter coats pretty soon.
I will be sad to see the flowers disappear....
Hey Phoebe! I'm over here....by the gate.