If you missed it, the first half of my November in photos looked like this. The second half is more or less the same, with nature filled days.
The second half started with shorter walks closer to the buildings during opening deer hunting weekend. After that, we (the dogs & I ) went back to our usual hike wearing orange and using caution. There is only one side of our land with any potential hunters that could be of concern. The lower pasture is closed off all hunting days, just incase. The horses stand at the gate and wonder why. We saw zero hunters on surrounding property, and only heard a few shots this year way off in the distance. Better safe than sorry.
some of our Burr oak leaves are huge!!
Leaf starts where my jacket cuff ends, about 7.5" to tip of fingers
I transplanted even more daffodil bulbs from our previous home
Ugggh!!! I got one more bucket in the ground.
My second year of transplanting Spring & Fall.
I want to be done!
This old body can't handle high volume.
There are still hundreds of leftover smaller bulbs...sigh.
I might try one last time in the Spring, if they overwinter.
bright yellow saucers
(and some pink stuff lower right)
click to enlarge & see the funky stuff
our son had to fetch and tow a very pokey Harmony
Nemo followed him all the way out, and escorted them back
Jameson & Tank
I ran out of the barn to catch this incredible fleeting late Fall light.
It makes the tree tops glow = love!!
the horses came in underneath this amazing Western sky
one last November walk
"Ugh, Tank. Not another branch!!"
Tank picks up every single fallen branch.
It is problematic. He wants to give them to you, in hopes of playing fetch.
Have you ever tried fetch with a branch?
I said no.
His solution? Find a shorter one. And he did.
Maybe I'm weird, don't answer that ;)
I find the way nature combines elements together so fascinating!
That's a November wrap folks!
I have been happily working on getting my creative on,
with various simple projects.
I will share those separately. I don't want you to get scroll finger ;)