Rainbows with No Rain?

The dramatic change in seasons here mostly over the last seven days is wonderful for our fall crops, but it’s left me fighting some type of bug and not feeling very well.  So in the place of writing, I’m just going to post some images from the last few days around here.  If you want to see more farm photos, you can follow us on Facebook where I post them fairly often.

We didn’t get any rain on Monday this week, but we got rainbows

And a nice lightshow when the storm passed
But it was just a normal busy fall Monday afternoon at the packing shed.

After a week or two where things “slowed down”, we are right back into high gear with our fall crops and we will stay there up until Thanksgiving.




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