November Herd

The forecast threw us off. It was supposed to stream down sun beams but instead showered us with water.

The view from where I’m writing you.

The mules don’t care. They graze the November grass as the rain beads up on their backs and their bellies fill with fescue.

The view from the outside looking in. During the summer,the mules field is a hay pasture. During the off season – November to April – we fence off sections with hot tape and let them browse the winter growth.

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dave vories
dave vories
4 years ago

Now that you are back home is store open? Would very much like to have one of your books for my dad’s birthday. When he met you at our house he has bugged me to death to fill him in on you and adventure. If you have time give me a call.

Bob Skelding
4 years ago

There’s no place like home…..well,at least until the ‘ol Adventure Bug starts biting again!

Bernie Harberts
4 years ago
Reply to  Bob Skelding

Hi Bob. There really is no place like the cabin in the field with the smoke twirling from the stove. Evenings with Julia while the critters graze in the pasture by the brook. The Travel Bug always returns but I think it’s hibernating this winter. I hope you’re having a great fall. Bit howdy to Jacquie and the critters. Bernie

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