a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

This Shall Be A Multi-Post Day

At least we got a lovely rain, and Marcy got some wonderful sky photos.
We need the rain, to make the grass grow to feed the stock, simple, right? Not when the neighbor's cows don't know they are supposed to stay in their own pasture.
The horses knew these weren't our cows but the cows did not know it wasn't their grass.

They were quickly reminded when hubby mounted the mule and called the dogs. The cows left rather quickly and hubby had to repair the fence. I do not understand this, our stock stays in but other stock comes in. Must be we have more grass! Not if this keeps happening!
Anyway, the Leopard frog was having a good day.

...and looks like the bugs are having fun.


3 comments:

Pyatshaw said...

We could send you some of the wet stuff!..whatever happened to "global warming" in Scotland? Still I suppose that's what keeps us "green".
When we farmed up in the Highlands we seemed to spend a fair bit of time retrieving cattle from the neighbouring village gardens! the grass on the other side etc.....
Still not able to edit my posts, so no text below photos...hopefully it will sort itself out!

The Green Stone Woman said...

Damn cheeky neighboring cattle. They have some nerve! The grass is always greener at the other side. You must have some good grass, Very luscious. You probably also have tender beef. I could go for a good steak off the barbecue right now.

DesertHen said...

I guess those cows think the grass is greener on the other side! Shoo cows shoo.....

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