Then walking West and looking back to the East.
Watching the wheat grow.
It feels like our house is on an enormous emerging lawn.
As my plan to be the Little Red Hen takes root.
Autumn is here I think. For the next ten days our average highs are in the forties. Cold is coming too. I have found some really cheap straw – in inconvenient big bales but really cheap. Soon the pigs will have extra warm beds. Plus big round bales tucked up close for winter shelters.
It is windy out there – rain in forecast I think – let me look.
OH!!! Well – that was unexpected!
The Coop looks dramatically fantastic from that point of view.
Yes, isn’t it though Mad Dog?: ) Can’t help wondering if there’s a Solar panel attached to that roof…
That’s a good idea!
No! Is that snow predicted for Thursday? Had to ask, we don’t have symbols like that in our forecasts. Your lawn looks great, it is going to be fun watching that wheat growing. Much nicer all round than corn or beans. Laura
Yes. Snow!!! Lordy.
Three inches here over night! I made the mistake of looking out the window from my warm, cozy bed. It made it really hard to crawl out and start the day.
You did say it was feeling colder… :/)
Good job the cosy straw’s coming….
If you could see my postage stamp place, you would really have a different point of view about your space. I love all that space to grow food and have animals. I can literally see my neighbor at his laptop and if my eyes were better, see what he was reading. I can watch TV on the other side. We are cold here too this week. Dry though which is rare for Halloween week. Kids will have fun out there.
How fabulous that the wheat fields are growing like crazy!!! Just checked out our weather and it looks like we will have to put row covers on the garden crops we want to take into the winter on Thursday, as it will get down to 24 degrees!!! Yikes!!! No snow for us though, not yet, thank goodness!!! 🙂
I love the path up to your front door, with all the bushes and trees.
I have planted trees close to it – I want to enter the house through a tunnel of trees.
I love your slanty roofed coop. Love love love it. Vertical windows for a horizontal world.
All those different roof lines make me smile.
Just love the look of the side of the coop from the healthily growing wheat fields . . . . so remember when you built it . . . initially thought you had a cow in the wheat field – should have worn my glasses . . . Ton there also always checking, checking . . .
The pics, in plural,
Are truly rural!
the coop is fantastic! Love all the lines and the tunnel of trees!