Friday, June 21, 2013

Hay Season

Hay season is past here, but with the rain we have had it has been hard getting out in the fields to get it made.  The hubby did get out last night and mowed some down and the son is going out this morning to mow some more down.  Unfortunately they are still calling for chances of scattered showers in the evening but they don't know for sure if it will hit or not.  They first say no rain until Sunday afternoon then the next thing you here they are calling for slight chances of hit or miss showers from today all the way into Monday and then Monday is more of a chance of getting the rain.

As you can see from the pictures the hubby is in the process of making a new hay rack.  They had to fix the running gear and then it was sawing lumber for the rack itself and finally they got into building it.  As you can see they are making great progress and I will posting more pictures tomorrow of the progress.

My sister and niece and their kids will be here for the next week and that is wonderful.  But I know by the end of the week I will be ready to have my house back to myself.  I love having family visit but it is always nice to have your own space back when they leave.

We will be going out on the pontoon and maybe doing some sight seeing.  My son graduates from high school tomorrow and that is just wonderful.  We will be both going to  the same college next semester.  Hope you all have a wonderful day.

PS--on my side bar I did start a new blog with my weaving, take a peek and let me know how it looks to you and what I can do to improve it.,


Rae said...

It certainly is hay season. I took a drive yesterday and saw hay wagons out everywhere.

lisa said...

Rae, we do have lots of people making hay but most are wrapping the bales and making wet feed for the cows.

Terry and Linda said...

Nothing worse than rain at haying time. I am so sorry!