Readers, Welcome to my blog (formerly Birds, Blooms, Books, etc). I'm entering a new decade - my 70th and taking on the challenge of moving from Maryland after living there 46 years and learning about my new home here in New England in the Live Free or Die state - New Hampshire. Join me as a write this new chapter of my life.

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Farm Up the Road

 

I've come to realize that the days are mostly cloudy around here. Without direct sun the coolness stays and I need to bundle up when I go out.


This day it was a walk for me and a ride for granddaughter #2.  She brought her bike over and at 4 1/2 is a proficient rider.


The farm up the road is a frequent destination.  The farmer lets you walk by all the cattle barns. Visitors are always fascinating to animals there.  This goat in with the sheep was no exception.



The lambs were too scared to come close.  They will be for sale as chops in the not too distant future.


This sheep was curious.


Next door were these youngsters.


They were willing to say hi to granddaughter.


In the yard was future hamburger.  Granddaughter didn't want to believe that.


More goats in a fenced lot.


Sky hadn't changed much when we turned to go back.


This field has a low spot where a shallow pond forms with the spring rains.  We are actually below average in rainfall and may be facing drought conditions again this summer.


Anyone know what these cloud formations are called?


9 comments:

Tom said...

...you have moved to a beautiful neck of the woods!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

What a great place to go for a walk, Marcia, and nice to see the farm animals but nit to know their future😕. The clouds look like what we call pillow clouds, which isn’t the correct term, I know.

Anvilcloud said...

I don't know what the clouds are called, but they have looked similar here a lot lately.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love all the different types of clouds but don't know all the names. I'm glad we have sunshine here most of the time. It gives me energy! lol Hugs!

Margaret said...

Nice to have a farm so close! I'm always a bit chilled when it's cloudy, no matter the temperature.

Vicki Lane said...

What a nice outing for you both! I love the Nubian goat--so beautiful!.

Barbara Rogers said...

Good looking animals, and good for a kid to learn that they are the source of meats...it's kind of smarter than the assumption that they come out of little trays at the grocery store. We've got several days of chilly weather with some rain also this week. I'm going to hide inside probably.

Fun60 said...

A fun trip for you both. Animals are always a big hit with the young

Cynthia said...

What a treat for your granddaughter to visit all these baby animals. I love the curious goat!