While we still can.
Oh so lovely!
It’s a really pretty time of year. But I think they all are. I don’t expect fall to disappoint.
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Here, it’s summer that’s brown, while fall, spring and winter are green. I’m waiting impatiently for fall!
Winter is our brown season. This time of year it’s all about green. 🙂
Around here it’s still looks like June green we’ve had so much rain. NPR just predicted six more weeks of summer 🙂
Lovely sunrise photo!
Hopefully NPR got it right. The temps have cooled off for us and of course the days are getting shorter. But it still feels more like summer than fall.
Beautiful! We are at the end of monsoon season at our new home, so I doubt I’ll have much more green to look at. Lovely!
It’s been raining here all day, but the sun is supposed to return tomorrow. I think we’ll be green for a while longer.
I thought you’d enjoy seeing how things are going at Four String Farm in Rockport, Texas. Just a little different, but just as enjoyable in its way.
Thanks for sharing that link. These kinds of disasters seem to bring out the best in the human spirit. Our community has been sending down truckloads of supplies and water to the Houston area. My daughter’s friend who lives across the road from us made the 17 hour drive yesterday to go help in cleanup and assistance. It’s inspiring. I have no doubt that if it happened to us, we’d be the beneficiaries of the same kind of outpouring. Unfortunately it’s beginning to look like we’re going to have to go through the drill again, much sooner than anyone would have expected.
Bill, yup, Fall is definitely in the air here in Nebraska. Low temp for last night was 49 with a high of 70 today. The garden is running out of gas and I’ve not planted any thing for Fall harvesting. The potatoes need dug and the cabbage needs to be made into kraut. It’s a wonderful time of the year.
Have a great Fall green enjoying day.
I’m about to stop picking the stuff we still have coming in. We have all we need and more. And the weather lately has been ideal for our late plantings.
lovely, thank you, my favorite is big rolls of hay in the field.
Yes, let’s enjoy every last blade of grass before it gets cover in snow!
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