Saturday, August 4, 2012

The mowers are here!

These guys are terrific. I had them come three days this week. They come at the spur of the moment and I don't have to pay them. How good is that? They are always in a good mood and never grumble. When they have had enough they walk back home all by themselves. All I have to do is shut the gate.

I don't have a true farm. The animals are kept on a lot next to our home. They have pretty much eaten everything over there and with the drought things didn't grow back up like they should.  What I usually do is rotate them. Today they are in the back yard. I purposely let things grow so that the animals can eat it.

Isn't it wonderful how Max never leaves their sides? I am constantly amazed with this breed of dog. He is big and gentle. Unless you are a coyote, that is!

I have been working on place mats this week. I don't have a picture but I wove four yesterday. I can't believe it is August already. The next show is in two months!



  1. Hey! I've got some lovely kudzu they would enjoy!!! Feel free to bring them over for "tea."

  2. Just think how good you are being to the environment! No gas, no oil and no noise!!!

    Pretty green goes in and a little bit of brown comes out, right? (that is what Steve said!) but that too can be fertilizer, right?

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard

  3. Karen,
    Yes, goat berries make great fertilizer!


  4. The mowers are so cute and free at that.