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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Time for the First Cutting of the Hay

These pictures were taken on my way to school this morning.

Waiting To Be Cut 
Sensabaugh Farm Chicken House in Background


Cut But Not Baled



 Four Completed Bales


Waiting To Start Baling Again


This post is linked with "Our World Tuesday.”



12 comments:

  1. i love that feeling of accomplishment after the bales are done.

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  2. it's a long process that smells really good! Having grown up in farm land USA I can smell this hay right through my computer screen.... :-)

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  3. That seems early for the hay. Guess it is warmer there.
    When are you out of school. Our school is out today. Are you excited, for the most part?

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  4. Gee, its going to be a while before first cuts are done here. Mst be real warm in your territory. I love these photos Genie, especially the four completed bales, with hills n mountains in background - all the colours of green n gold. Just lovely.

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  5. Greetings from Oman!!!! I was just passing by and had to stop and say that I really enjoyed your blog.Have a great day!

    Shantana

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  6. Beautiful country! The third shot with the bales is just gorgeous! I love seeing those in the fields. They've been baling here, too.

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  7. What a beautiful way to go to work ! !

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  8. What lovely emerald greens in these shots! Pure summer.

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  9. Lucky to be living amid such spectacular beauty!!

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  10. Oh how I love the look and aroma of new-mown hay!

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  11. Your shots on the way to school are also very beautiful. I love the way rolled hay looks in a field.

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