Agriculture

What To Do On a Day Threatening Rain

Two days ago, the summer sun came up.

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That evening, the god of the wind passed by.

P1230141 Heading south.

P1230131Check out the mini-god boiling out of his ear.

P1230142Such a hurry hurry hurry! Coyotes are out these nights.

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They love choke cherries.

P1200859 The ones they can reach.

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Things are happening around this place. Best to read the signs.

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The deer people are restless.

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Best to bring the summer home, I think.

P1230270And check out how Penelope is getting along with her weaving.

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And the Cyclops.

P1230306Tomatoes don’t like the chill. Easy does it, girls.

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And the nectarines. Come on, everyone!

P1230279Time to make some wine.

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4 replies »

    • Good for the foxes! The coyotes leave theirs as conversational markers at trail junctions. Do your foxes do that too?

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      • Foxes are clever. My Winston was so wolfish he never noticed foxes noticing me noticing foxes. The foxes and I always shared a moment and a smile.

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