Today’s post comes from Ben.
Been spending a lot of time in the tractor lately and I’ve seen lot of stuff through the windows or out the door.
A view from the (tractor) door—
We started to see mama deer and fawns crossing the road. And then I nearly ran over this one:
That’s the front wheel of the tractor on the right; the rear wheel of the tractor is just a few feet away. He must be brand new as he didn’t move.
Now I know you’re not supposed to touch them, but he’s in my way. And the woods are about 10’ to the right; this was the first round on the field. So I gently picked him up and carried him over to the grass. At that point he stood up and stumbled into the woods. Good luck, Godspeed!
The next day, different field, 20 yards ahead of me, a baby jumped up out of the grass and ran away. Same one?
And the day after that, another field, and another baby jumped out of the grass and ran away.
We have way too many deer and they eat my crops and actually cause me financial loss… but the babies are so cute!
And then there’s this:
Pulled it out of the ground last fall with the chisel plow, but forgot about. It’s about 6’ the long way and 6” thick.
Remember when I said I thought the rocks enjoyed being ‘rescued’? Some are more trouble than others…
Mostly my views are clouds and fields:
What is a day in the life like for you?