The start to a beautiful day.
It was such a beautiful day and we were needing some extra outdoor time. We loaded up and headed west.
Cow, calf and cowboy silhouette
U B Church AD. 1882
A road well traveled. Thankfully not by many people. Plenty of evidence of deer and coyotes.
We have been having a beautiful September!! The mornings are so cool and there has been a lot of fog. My favorite time of day are our early morning walks.
Sunrise through the fog.
Sunrise through the smoke from all the fires out West. It looks more like the moon! Thankful that we can’t smell the smoke. Prayers for all the firefighters and all in the those effected by the fires.
Signs of autumn. My favorite season!
I love all the wide open spaces of my State.
Wylie and I enjoy walking the backroads
Cowboy, cow and calf silhouette
A beautiful sunset
A storm rolling in. The color was created by ice crystals.
There’s always something to do. Love starting the day with a morning walk, before it get too hot. Our temps are pushing 100 this week.
One of my favorite backroads
Large snapping turtle.
Song of a mocking bird
A new neigh-bor! Oh how precious!
The brome was cut and baled. Wylie and I moved the bales off the field.
Mr. Farmer thought I needed something to do since I was going to be home a lot more than usual. He brought home 12 baby chicks. Oh boy Farm(er) Fresh Eggs again!!
Enjoying a lot of backroad walks. This photo looks about the same upside down.
Thankfully out winter weather didn’t last long. We received only a dusting of snow.
Such a beautiful start to Spring. Warm temperatures in the 70. It’s too bad that it’s not going stay that way. Roads are closing out in Western Kansas because of blizzard conditions. We are not to get snow, we will have below freezing temperatures.
The morning started out with rain and as the clouds broke up there were numerous rainbows. Full rainbows, half ones and just pieces of rainbows. (It was really quite amazing, wished I had taken photos of each one I saw.) I always feel blessed when I see a rainbow and to see so many today I felt hopeful.
Wylie and I certainly enjoy our walks. It’s so peaceful and all seems right with the world. It’s wonderful to see trees starting to bud out, beautiful green wheat fields and so many little baby calves. I hope you are able to find peace and hope in these uncertain times. Take care. Blessing to you and yours.
We had the first measurable snow of the season. It started Saturday night and continued into Sunday for a total of 8″. Schools were closed, know the kids loved that!
I don’t think we will be dining outside today.
Wylie enjoying the snow, do you think?
Last night fog developed and it made for a beautiful start to the day. The fog froze on the trees and grasses, I wished I could of captured the beauty of the trees sparkling like diamonds in the sun.
See the moon