Made a quick tour around the farm with the camera this morning: it’s a day too gorgeous not to share.
Dogs dozing in the sun, horse sighing, hoping for another dropped apple to be thrown her way. Baby snakes out for their sunbaths, along with the usual assortment of lizards and dragonflies.
Those shadows are getting deeper and longer, and although the garden is still putting out little tomatoes and big berries, it’s pretty much all over except for the greens.
Apples are about half harvested, and the pears are beckoning.
We usually pick at the end of September, but they’re looking blushed and nearly ready right now. The deer certainly think so, and there’s a pair of squirrels working the big tree in front like a couple of second-story burglars.
Hope your holiday is a peaceful one, spent doing exactly what you want to do, enjoying the fruits of your labor.
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- DISHING THE DIRT
- TUNE FARM