Haying Season

Rnd bales on the move 7 19 09

Hey boys, the hay is headed to the barn.  Looks like there’s going to be plenty of chow this winter!  Maybe even enough for one more donkey boy… so what do ya think about that?

 last of the hay headed to the barn 7 19 09

There goes the last of it… big or small every load counts!

first tasting of the 2009 hay crop 7 19 09

The first tasting of the 2009 crop… looks like it met with their dining approval  Luc gave it a four star rating and he has a most discriminating pallet!

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2 Responses to “Haying Season”

  1. Trish Mastriano Says:

    I came across your blog after seeing & voting on your photo at http://www.equusite.com . You are so blessed!!! Love your blog & photos. Not sure what state you are in, but here on my little property in CT I will never see anything so beautiful as a herd of elk! I look forwatd to more postings & photos.

    God Bless

    Trish in CT

  2. Kristi Says:

    Trish, so glad you found us! I am located in North Central Idaho near 5.5 million acres of wilderness. The deer and now the elk have been more abundant this year than ever before. It’s kind of exciting for us to see them. Thank you for your vote the photo did very well. Kristi

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