I really like this wreath. Chubby little owl just makes it so special. Spotted this at a Horton's last year.
Some of the trees in the park. I love our park so much. I like it best in spring and fall.
This is one of the downtown parking lots and this picture is from last year also.
Some corn harvesting from last year. Since it rained the past two days , on and off , the harvesting is on hold for now.
This is the field across the road, this year it is soybeans. Most fields are rotated from corn to beans and visa versa. Some times a few of the farmers around here will bale the corn stubble. It makes bedding for animals and they can chew on it also.
No I am not a farmer. I always wanted to be outstanding in my field...but not that way. LOL. I wish all the farmers well this year. Seems like a good crop year in these parts.
Enjoy this nice day everyone. XO
We are still waiting for fall!!!! 95 degrees here today! A/C running at full blast!ReplyDelete
Linda, Our furnace has been running at night...which is making me nuts..and you know that doesn't take much .LOL. We have been in the 40's. You know it'll be winter before me know it. Bummer. Take care, xoxo,SusieDelete
beautiful, beautiful photos, you will always be outstanding to me, lol!!!ReplyDelete
Laurie, You are so sweet. Thank you. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Hi Susie (:)'ReplyDelete
love that wreath too (:)
have a wonderful day *
Thank you Patty, I am planning on a good day every chance I get. xoxo,SusieDelete
Oh I adore that wreath Susie. And I loved seeing the photos of the harvesting that is going on where you live.ReplyDelete
hugs from me...
Hi June, It has rained on and off again today. That's putting the farmers in a holding position. They have had the best summer weather for crops this year. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I love seeing your part of the country. It was cool here over the weekend but now we are back in the 80s. Hugs!ReplyDelete
I am hoping for some 60-70's after tomorrow. We have had some really chilly nights. xoxo,SusieDelete
Cute owl wreath! Love the fall colors!ReplyDelete
Hello Jody, So glad you stopped by. I love having visitors. It's been raining on and off today. Hopefully tomorrow it's be a nicer day to maybe sit on the porch. I am missing my time outside. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I am so jealous of your pretty fall. We are still hot and dry around here for at least another week or two.ReplyDelete
Patty, It has turned cold here, and our foliage isn't as nice as it should be yet. They say the leaves are falling as fast as they turn. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Susie, such pretty fall colors. We are just starting to show color around here. I love to see the fields that are worked and planted..Happy Tuesday..JudyReplyDelete
I have always loved seeing the harvesting at sunset...just a beautiful scene. xoxo,SusieDelete
You certainly live in a different place than I do. I've never been to middle America. There are open spaces around here but we're still packed tightly together pretty tight.ReplyDelete
The trees are starting to turn around here, but it's nothing to write home about at least for now
Boston Boy...it's fairly flat around here, so once the crops are picked you can see forever. I notice some leaves are falling almost as fast as they are turning. Just a different autumn. I am afraid we may have an early winter. Boo- hiss to that. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Darling owl wreath!ReplyDelete
Hi Deb, Thanks for popping in. I love that fat owl. xoxo,SusieDelete
Great pictures. Still waiting for our leaves to change.ReplyDelete
You'll have a beautiful autumn in the park there. I love seeing your city . xoxo,SusieDelete
Hope you've had a good Tuesday, Susie. We had two inches of rain in our rain gauge this morning! There was more rain during the day, too. Perhaps that will help the leaves change color better. xo NellieReplyDelete
Nellie, That is a lot of rain. I think the cooler temps will help with the foliage colors. I always thought it was frost that kick started color. Now I do not know. I need to google that :):) Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Love all of your photos. Looks just like here. Have you heard of 6 days of rain coming. Ours starts Thursday. That will sure slow them down.ReplyDelete
Tete, I hope if it's 6 days they already counted the few we have had. I'll be nuts , not being able to enjoy my porch.xoxo,SusieDelete
I love all your Fall pictures, Susie. I grew up on a farm but we never planted soybeans. We rotated the corn with rye or sorghum though.ReplyDelete
Those trees are all beautiful. xo Diana
I have seen sorghum being made in Brown County, Indiana but I have never seen rye or sorghum grown.xoxo,SusieDelete
Looking at these corn fields, it reminds me of the time we visited grandma's farm in Iowa. She had rows and rows of corn, and she made us the most delicious meals every day. Your trees at the park are beautiful. I can see all the colors of Autumn coming through in them. It's nice that you enjoy your park like I do, Susie. I don't think many people realize how peaceful it can be, ya know?ReplyDelete
I love that shot of the combine out in the field. Isn't fall gorgeous!ReplyDelete