It's been a while since I brought my camera out around the farm with me. Working nights has me thrown a little bit off my usual habits. I'll try to be a bit better about it in the future.
"Yeah, what's up with that anyway?"
Besides Rusty giving me a hard time, the other animals were more than happy to cooperate. Some even posed.
Others were oblivious to everything except a possible meal.
Some of the critters even attempted an artistic approach.
I've considered showing this chicken, but I have no idea how to show a chicken. Do I need a chicken show halter? Do they have chicken show sheen?
Believe it or not this is one of my Rhode Island Red/Easter Egger cross chicks. They grow up so fast!
I didn't just take pictures of animals. This is an antique dirt mover. I want to plant mums in it this fall, but I might have to wait a few years for this drought to be over.
Dad and I put up more continuous pipe fencing this weekend. I think it's coming along well! This pen is almost finished.
The horses don't know it, but as soon as I get the rest of the continuous fencing up, I will get my roundpen panels back and then it's back to work for them lazy bums!
I don't know...maybe Paula is aware of that fact, because she tried to impersonate a llama today.
Completely off the subject, here is your gratuitous Charlie shot of the week. Fourteen years old and going strong--I hope he sticks around for fourteen more :)
The girls keep him young, I think. They're always looking for some sort of shenanigans to get into.
The chickens don't care about shenanigans. They just want their corn.
Helen says that's right--now fork it over, human!
I'd better listen to her and get to it.
No rest for the weary,