|No more watering the flowers|
|October 3rd, moving the cows|
|Walnut popping out of its husk|
|Ladybug crawling around|
A couple of the students picked up a feed bag full of nuts a week ago Sunday for him (without being asked- they signed the bag so he could pay them- he has been paying bonus money for bags of fallen corn in the fields), so Garry has not picked up as many as he usually does. It does seem we are losing walnuts to students along with the crows and mice this year. You would probably cringe watching them crack the shells with their teeth for a quick snack, but they all seem to do it.
|October 3rd, walnut trees in front yard|
|Same place on October 8th|
Once it gets cold you can watch while the leaves fall off the walnuts
plop. plop, plop
Here are a few from our drive home Friday.
|actually this one was Wednesday|
while walking with our embassy company
|Bundled up for the teens centigrade (50s F)|
|Ready for winter|
|Village herd heads home at 5 pm now instead of 7|