Just because my sons are 23 and 20 doesn’t mean we don’t have Nerf swords at the ready!
Finally, the weather has cooperated and I had some good work time in the Pumpkin Patch.
In the goat pen:
Barbed wire wreaths at The Mayson Jar, Westervelt, IL.
Wishing you a beautiful weekend, friends.
My boys are 26 and 20…..everything and anything can become a sword, and then comes the Princess Bride lines….”I know something you don’t know…” It’s hilarity, in its purest form.
Great pictures! Especially the goats. Have a great weekend.
Oh you definitely understand, Wendy!
And a beautiful weekend to you too!! c
Thank you! Your Hereford piglets are wonderful!
Love all the photos! Was the wagon and fence picture taken at your place? That’s my kinda decorating! Happy weekend to you.
Thanks, Dianna. Yes, the wagon is in my front yard! We bought it at my in-laws farm equipment sale. It’s been in the family for many years.
Wonderful photos. The goats knees look a little banged up or do they lean down on them like we lean on ours?
Yes, their knees are usually dirty and calloused looking from kneeling. They like to sleep on hard, dry ground. Good catch, as always! You’re always so very observant.
I’m learning a lot about farming from your blog.
Well, that is just AWESOME! 🙂
I hope me pumpkin patch is that big someday.
They are such a fun and interesting crop to grow!
We see an old cart at an antique shop from time to time. It looks great in your yard. We kick ourselves for a few purchase opportunities we let get away over the years.
I know what you mean … but, I guess we can’t bring everything home, either.
Great images .. Those goats look so cute
Thank you for visiting, Julie!
Oh those goats. I have such a weakness for them. Adorable. Thanks for the smiles.
You’re welcome, Beth Ann. Thanks for stopping in.