A flower on one of our "thornless" cacti we have set out around the farm. The original one came from Texas courtesy of our son who lives in the Dallas area. We have started many new ones by planting the pads that fall off.
Cracks that appeared in the ground after an extended period without any rainfall this summer. I was afraid we were in for another drought. But, fortunately, it rained and has continued to rain periodically since then.
A frog that I found hiding in one of the cement blocks around my raised beds.
A funny looking potato that we harvested this summer.
Some of our onion harvest this summer.
Some of the potato harvest this year in our new "Tub Trugs".
A wasp dragging a spider he has stung and paralyzed. Poor spider!
A deer in the snow caught on the wildlife camera.
Some wild Beautyberries growing along the fence line this fall.
One of our chickens when she was molting.
Sally and Misty out exploring around the chicken pen. Misty, the cat, catches quite a few mice out there. The mice are attracted to the chicken feed, so the hen house affords her with abundant hunting grounds.