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Score Keeping Turns Sour

No real need to keep track of my time today.  Because it wasn’t mine.  I did the necessary stuff. And then Haying took over. I did come back to the house for a wee bit, moved laundry, took plastic film off of two short hoop houses, gathered up dinner for the hay makers. For a … Continue reading »

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Clouds Perhaps, But Not a Drop of Rain in Sight…

I can’t remember Dear Reader, if I told you Vicktory Farm & Gardens hay crop was a total loss this year.  We tend the hay fields for Norine out back, they are part of the original hundred acre farm that VF&G used to be a part of up until a year and a half ago when … Continue reading »

Categories: Dirt, Farming, Haying, Neighbors | 4 Comments

Under the Water Line

I’m back and just in time for Stewart Mackinder’s pick for this week’s header challenge,  “Under the Water Line”!  I should be super excited that this is the theme.  I’ve been gone from the weekly Header Challenge and blogging actually because our one and only camera disappeared a couple of Sundays ago.  Low and behold the camera … Continue reading »

Categories: Farming, Haying, Weather | 9 Comments