We were out most of the afternoon, and were just on our way home at sundown. This is a view of a local farm just down the road for us. The lines and red plants in the foreground are Blueberry plants with their irrigation tubes in place.
A pretty spot over the hay field where a nice big trees lives among the clouds!
…Elephants Eye! Well, I don’t have an Elephant handy so you’ll to take my word for it! This is a lovely field of Corn in Washington, just at the border. I really don’t know about Elephants but it is really high and is a nice looking crop. The land in Watcom County is flat farmland. Very much what I’m familiar with on our prairies. They are primarily concerned with Dairy, but corn is a major diet for Dairy Cows. It is cut as silage and stored in various ways, like a Silo or a pit!
A house, barn and Silos. This is in the USA. This is an example of what seperates Canada and the US. That road is in the US and I’m standing on the Canadian road!
No walls here! Just a little ditch!
On a rainy afternoon the Raspberry bushes on this farm are beginning to show leaves as Spring remains wet.