Do you ever have too many thoughts and just can't seem to sort them out to put into a post? That's what it's been like for me this week.
We've had rainy days with a little bit of pleasant weather in between, but it's hard to remember, since there hasn't been much of it. Certainly not enough to get many of my fall gardening chores done. When it's not raining the ground is too soggy to work in. Perhaps we'll be lucky and get some balmy November days (wishful thinking).
This is the last fence that Ross built. He planted 2 American Bittersweet plants by it. The birds love the berries it produces.
I'm finally getting my voice back after much croaking over the past week. It's been a quiet week for my hubby :)
I've taken lots of photos around the farm of the fall colors during October. This was the same rainy day as all the above pictures.
Looking up towards some of our woods
Our "invasive" burning bush
Ross read an article recently which said that some states are banning the sale of burning bush because it's taking over the native plants. Ours grows so slowly I doubt it will be a problem :)
Birds on the wire. We've had lots of starlings around lately.
Up behind the barn
.....where some of the machinery is parked
The cow barn, now empty, except for cats!
Over near Gran's house.....
...some bright colors, now gone.
There are still some leaves on the trees, but most of them are falling rapidly.
And lastly, Murphy having fun in the Maple tree. Check out those paws!
Thanks for all the get well wishes everyone. It's so nice to have such wonderful blog friends :)