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Kar

Looks like a very fine day indeed! :)

TexWisGirl

love seeing hay bales in the field! hooray!

Ann

Our hay has been baled, too, but not thos big rolls. We keep most of ours for the two horses. Will you get a second cutting? Love the photo of the hay with the barn in the background.

Mari

Beautiful pictures! I love seeing the hay bales.

Nancy

Hurray, that the hay was put up before the rain . Haying time can be chaotic, huh?

Carver

Sounds like a great day. I always love your photographs. Looks idyllic.

Vee

You were all very busy! Love seeing hay all baled that way.

Rose

Things were good here, too...love your pics, specially that first of the hay bails. We had a sprinkle last night. It is a hard year around here to get hay bailed and put up without it being rained on.

I told Roger we are going to have to look for tomatoes getting ripe, but I honestly don't think any of ours are even close.

EG CameraGirl

Oh, I LOVE the hay bales! Yep, it's summer!

Thimbleanna

Your photos are beautiful Judy! We had a good 4th too -- wasn't the weather just perfect?

Randy

Those are the biggest rolls of hay I have ever seen!

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    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
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