Harvest is beginning to wind down around here (although the wheat is still standing), so these may be the last of the AWOG photos for awhile.
Someone's four-bottom plow left in a field:
Here's our neighbor's oat field. He baled it in small (50-lb) bales and most of it has already sold.
Younger Daughter and her friend Miss Calamity have been working with our horse Brit, getting her used to being handled. Brit's never been trained and we're not experienced with horses, so Miss Calamity has been guiding Young Daughter in horsy matters.
Some of the flowers blooming this time of year. Indian paintbrush:
Chickens getting comfortable in the cool of the evening:
Our setting hen (who I'm beginning to think of as Henrietta, so thank you to whomever suggested the name) is still faithfully setting on her new clutch of eggs. I caught her off the nest recently, scarfing some food and water. Setting hens will leave the nest once or twice a day to eat and drink...
Not to mention stretching what must be some very cramped legs...
I took the opportunity to check her eggs, and removed the two old ones that never hatched.
Meanwhile our other setting hen is still plugging along. She has three eggs left (don't ask me how the others disappeared). I don't know when her "due date" is, so we're hoping she won't be disappointed as well.