Monday, November 25, 2013


 Grain being augered from chaser bin into the hopper of the bag filler. Machine moves forward as the grain is filling into the bag. They look like big white sausages on the ground when filled.

                       White girls playing with the little kittens, they are so cute. Girls or Kittens??
                              Look at the beautiful flowers we have picked from Nana's garden.
                                What fun it was having a bath in the toy bins, a little warm water then                                                                                   hopped in, even closed the lid.
                                                           How cute am I!!!!
                                                               Peek-a-boo - (Zoe.)

Pa and Nana are busy with harvesting, weather has been kind so far. Although some of the crops are still a bit green we have been able to keep going. This Wednesday and Thursday the weather man is forecasting that we will possibly get to about 39degrees - now that will be hot, any crop still a little green should ripen then.
I am so excited about my tomato crop, there a so many tomato's setting, should have a plentiful supply for Christmas. Don't know why they set so well, don't see many bees around, however the days have been very windy and I can only quess that this has been shaking the plants and pollinating the flowers.(photo later) Whatever the reason I am very happy with the crop and hope to make some tomato sauce this year. On the other hand, not many strawberries with the first flowering, hope for more with this next flowering coming up looking good. It has been a really crazy season so far for the vegetable garden. Potatoes are flowering, and the climbing beans are starting to put out their little 'arms' to climb with.
                      Bye for now, hope you are all well and busy with the coming Christmas season. 
                                                                  LOVE TO EVERYBODY.
                                                                  NANA ON THE FARM...

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