We are so fortunate to be enjoying beautiful Fall weather here on the farm. So many are not so lucky- with these past few weeks of hurricanes and typhoons.
We've had cold nights, days in the upper 60's, and intermittent evening showers. As a result, the grass continues to grow. (And we continue to mow!)
The pastures all remain so lush and green. It's a great way to head into winter. There will be plenty of grass available for grazing in the coming months, lessening our dependance upon hay.
Fall days are busy days. The weather makes outdoor work so much more pleasant that during the hot summer months. We've been weeding, and generally cleaning up some of the excessive summer growth in preparation for winter.
While we were cleaning the front pasture, we came upon these...
and dimpled (reminds me of an egg bagel!)
I am starting a new book about fungi, entitled Entangled Life. (Tag line reads: How fungi make our worlds, change our minds, and shape our futures.) Hubbs just finished it and found it fascinating.