Harvest is currently at a standstill. Cold and rainy weather have left farmers to take a much needed rest. No, they really didn't want that rest yet, and it's difficult to relax completely when there are still crops in the field. Short of being a poker player, I'm not sure there is an occupation that is a bigger gamble than farmer. Mother Nature is a fickle creature. Hopefully she turns off the taps soon, dries her eyes and allows us back into the fields to take off the rest of the oats and flax.
|A beautiful sky shot! The haze in the field is the dust from the |
|Unloading the grain is done as quickly as possible, then it's back to the field. The goal is to never|
keep the combine waiting to unload.
|While Todd was unloading the grain truck, I had a few moments to wander the yard and take a few |
snapshots. I love this row of old buildings!
|This was a photo of a nicely weathered, plain grey door. I jazzed it up|
in Photoshop. I really enjoy Photoshop!
|I'll end the post with an adorable photo of my wee sleeping kitten. This little fellow plays hard, and|
naps hard. He has two modes, on and off.