The Farm in Fall

This may be the single most beautiful Fall I’ve ever spent on the farm.


Which now number, ah, two.

But still…


I took full advantage of the weather this weekend and worked my ass off.


Not this ass. The figurative one.


I have a lot stories to tell you about the new pasture fence and chicken coop, but I’m so exhausted that I’m having a hard time breathing and thinking at the same time…


So I’m distracting you from my inability to be coherent with some of the beauty of the farm in Fall.


The last burst of color and life before the deep freeze.


I’m going to miss this in Winter.


(But, honestly, I’ll also be glad for an excuse to spend more time curled up under the covers with a good book.)


And when I get my wits about me again, I’ll tell you all about this…


And this..


But for now, I’m taking all kinds of naps.

10 Responses

  1. I couldn’t agree more. This fall in MI is one of the best I can remember. I like winter, but I don’t want this fall to end!

  2. This has nothing to do with fall but, KIT! My chickens laid eggs last week for the first time. You don’t know me or my chickens, but you know how exciting that is. I just had to tell a fellow chicken-owner (I seem to be pioneering that in my group of friends…)

    1. I’m just full of surprises 😉 I usually read a book or two per week… it’s what I do when I’m too exhausted to make new messes.

  3. I would so buy your book of photographs….if there was one. It would be on my coffee table…ALL….THE…TIME. Gorgeous.

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