Robert the Steer and Henry the Llama could not care any less about the Dairy cattle. They were just happy to be munching new grass. Little does Henry know that we are going to try to catch him next weekend and sheer him. Enjoy the peace Henry.
That was the barn up in flames. That's when we switched from Dairy to Meat.
Anyway, for fun I took some more pictures for a 360 view of where I was standing.
Turning to the right there is our east lawn, the chicken coops are under those cedar trees. The back shed has a bunch of junk in it that we have yet to bring to the dump. In front will be my vegetable garden as soon as we put the chain link fence up on Monday to keep the chickens out of it.
OH, and those are tiny bushes I stole from my in-laws and transplanted here. I am trying to line the property with flowering bushes and trees. In time they will grow as long as we stop running over them with the lawn mower.
Neighbors separated by a cedar tree fence and my transplanted lilac bushes.
Continuing to turn around to the right...
And across the road there are the cows again....hello
Turning to the right a little more....
And a little more to the right....This is the Dairy barn owned by his cousin. It used to belong to our house.
And back around to our house. Thrilling I know.
This is the view of our house from the driveway. I LOVE the maple trees. They offer the most amazing shade in the heat of the summer. Before the end of the summer we are going to plan some more trees so they can begin to grow. This way we will have some trees started in case any of these old ones become rotten or fall down. We already have one that appears to be hollow. So sad. It will be hard to cut it down but better than having it fall on the house or one of the children.
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