I get to change my flag. I actually have 2 Fall flags. This is my early Fall flag. It still has to work out its wrinkles.
The grass is still green and the sheep are busy grazing, putting on weight for the upcoming winter months.
We are trying to save our second cut of hay. Lesson 500 in haying: cut hay early enough that the second cut gets done before September 10th. After that we have heavy fogs loaded with water. Hard to get the hay to dry.
The trees are just starting to get a little color to them. Not as green as summer but just a noticeable yellowing to some.
Fall also means ripe crab apples. Emma and Lucy both think they are the best snack around. Well, that is until they eat too many and yack. Sorry for the imagery there.
Our days are cool and our nights chilly. Add another quilt to the bed and stay cozy.
Much Love and Prayers from Mainely Ewes Farm.