The day was beautiful. There was a distinct smell in the air. The wind was blowing a perfect breeze and the sun was shining. We couldn’t have handpicked a more perfect day for hay production.
Isn't this house just a picture perfect farm house?
Funny story about this home. Jimmy and I were going to live in this home when we got married. We had put down a deposit and everything on it because it was plenty big enough, was two minutes away from his parents and the farm, and 10 minutes away from his work. Well, our former landlord's father - who owned this home and the land around it - passed away suddenly and left the house to another family. God worked it all out and we were able to move into our previous home, which we no own as a rental property! Just when you think your plan has gone awry, God always has your back!
Jimmy started raking in one hayfield and I started in another.
Then, it was time for Dan-the Man (my father-in-law) and Jimmy to move onto square baling, which just makes it much easier for winter barn feedings.