Fall is certainly upon us. There is a chill on the air and the days are noticeably shorter than even a few weeks ago. Most of the trees have lost their leaves, and green is a rare colour.
We have been busy at work putting up a new building to house our sheep handling facilities, as well as working at some fencing, as well as the other routine fall tasks.
This green field is an anomaly in the area. We seeded this field with an annual plant mixture in mid July, but quite a bit did not germinate and grow until it received rain in early August. This picture was taken late September when the sheep had just been moved onto the field. It provided some very good feed at a time when much of the other pastures are hardening off in preparation for winter.