Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Wednesday, October 9, 2013

What's Next?

In the high 30s this morning, but the sun appeared and it got up to around 65 this afternoon.

 The Florida babes had their stable blankies on until the sun hit their pasture.
 Angel came in gimpy last night, so this morning Karen gave her right front a good soak and wrapped it.  Think an abscess is on the way.
 Maggie, who has been doing a lot of posing for me, watched from the pasture.
Too bad I couldn't get a clear picture of the boot.

Chorus at 10:30.  I'm still taking my Turkish drum instead of the djembe that weighs 3 tons.  Will switch later.

 Home for lunch, then back to the village for a haircut and another visit to Agape.
 Switched pastures.....

 (See Angel's boot?  Inside that duct tape is one of the IV bags the vet used when she came to treat her colic).
 This is the last of our glads.  Next year we should get even more.
 The light in the barn was beautiful when I tucked the girls in.

 Let's see how long these blossoms keep coming.  Last year, well into November.

 Finished mowing the lawn dark yesterday before we were finished.  Those black walnuts held us up.
Gary started planting garlic yesterday, and more today.

 Breakfast for dinner.

 Served with toast topped with PB and J.  Comfort food.
Bright pink sky before it got dark.
Night all.


  1. So many beautiful photos, Lori.

  2. Beautiful day in pictures.

    I also used an IV bag with Nates last abscess to soak his foot. Worked great.


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