To him we owe the phonograph and motion picture which spice hours of leisure; the universal electric motor and the nickel-iron-alkaline storage battery with their numberless commercial uses; the magnetic ore separator, the fluorescent lamp, the basic principles of modern electronics.
Our farm corporation fiscal year ends today, so it's kind of a New Year tomorrow. And, we're doing a Farmer's Market tomorrow morning, which has been good for years, but now that we have Commercial Kitchen certification Kim has a lot more stuff there, and our sales are great as a rule!
Can't think of a better way to start the New Year! And, here it's late afternoon, and just saw a bunch of mule deer bucks walk by, and head out into the field just across the road. It's normal to see them first thing in the morning, but mid to late afternoon is kind of unusual.
Still, the wildlife is thriving around here. Took this photo out our dining room window. This young buck and a likewise young doe had made themselves at home here. In fact, later that day I went out to the barn, and spooked them out of this lean-to. They not only love the amazing plant growth, but you can't quite see our horse waterer just behind these plants, or the salt block just out of the photo.
The plant growth is amazing this year, and seems to be a couple of weeks ahead of normal. Far better than the disastrous drought conditions in northeast Montana, and sympathy is sent that way. Although, it's supposed to be pushing degrees later next week even here. Not looking forward to that At least this is the only fire we've had on our property this year.
Just burning some tree trimmings from last summer, and just after decent rain the night before.
Had the trimmings under a tarp so they were dry, and with a little gasoline, they went up in short order. I definitely wouldn't do that in hundred degree temps with wind, though Not the best photo, but this buck was right out front this morning. That stuff is likely going to enhanced as wildlife habitat in the future, and so we'll have an official wildlife sanctuary right out front.
We have tons of wildlife already, so That will be Great!! But first, time to get back to getting stuff ready for the Market tomorrow.
That is Great also!!! Yep, it's a Happy New Year!! We haven't been able to train Milo, our barn cat, to drive tractor, but he enjoys soaking up the sun on the old '52 International. This photo was taken May 1, so the month was off to a good start.Latest breaking news, including politics, crime and celebrity.
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