Monday, August 13, 2007

Nature in the Country

Here is my uncle's back fence. Ha, ha, ha, why that's not a fence, it's a row of corn! That's how they do it in the country, where my property ends your corn begins. There are a lot of trees and bushes in this area. I identified many barn swallows, watching their cinnamon bellies fly over my head with a distinctive fork in its tail. My grandpa, he lives here too, witnessed some deer and a fawn right in this spot. On occasion they can also hear the coyote pack!
Ummmm sweet and good. We had these for dinner. Don't worry they weren't picked off the neighbors fence, they were bought on the side of the road by a local farmer. That's the great thing about visiting the country, fresh, inexpensive locally grown produce!