Camera Clicks and Commentary from a Kansas Farm Wife
May morning after rain
Friday, July 17, 2015
Checking In On The Kids
It's always good to check in on the kids. You never know what kind of trouble they can get into when left to their own devices. Tearing up the property? Unexpected visitors? Eating all the food?
Though I'd much rather check in with my granddaughters, we instead loaded up the 4-wheeler and went to the Ninnescah Pasture to check on the baby calves and their mothers. With harvest behind us, it was time to make sure the fences were still standing and everybody was at their assigned location with no other visitors crashing the buffet.
We couldn't believe that they were all gathered close-by, and we didn't even have to unload the 4-wheeler. And, if truth is told, I was looking forward to a 4-wheeler ride down by the river. Oh well! It was getting dark pretty quickly anyway by the time we were able to go.
Everybody was present and accounted for.
They were their curious selves and came to check out the interlopers to their pastoral abode.
The pretty sunset was a bonus.
(I'm running behind with my posts. This actually happened July 8.)