Sunday, November 20, 2011

Straight At Ya

The scene below is "straight out of the camera" (hence why I posted it today for SOOC Sunday). The scene below is also "straight outta my pasture"... "straight outta my kitchen window"... "straight offa my farm" (offa?)

We had such a dry summer there is hardly any pasture for the cows to eat. So, they got a bit upset about that and decided to start tearing into the hay bales that were stacked there for winter. Hubs had to move all the hay to the other side of a gate so the cows couldn't destroy them. I think the cows are asking for hay from Santa this year. ;-)

(c) Misty DawnS

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7 comments:

sarah c

I love your view & your photo as always :)

Linda Makiej

Wonderful work Misty Dawn!!

Kay L. Davies

Couldn't he have left them ONE to play with?
I know, those big bales contain a lot of hay.
What I'm looking for is rectangular bales of straw. I'll never have the opportunity to build a straw bale house for myself, but some friends and I were talking about building a straw-bale dog house for Lindy, who refuses to go into her dog house if she's outside and we're not home. We think it would be fun to try, anyway.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Teresa

Great shot. You have a beautiful scene straight outta your window! I certainly hope next year is much better for farming.

Ashrunner

So I guess this photo is straight outta Missouri, eh? Nice line of hay ya gots there 8v)

Amish Stories

I'm visiting new blogs today for the first time, so i also thought id wish you a Happy Thanksgiving to you and your readers. And i hope that the day is spent generating positive memories for years to come. Richard from Amish Stories.

Roni

Offa is a great word.:) And I hope Santa helps them out!

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