The Back Pasture

A tuft of wool, from Merricat before she was shorn, caught on a Multiflora Rosa growing in the back pasture.

The sheep and donkeys have eaten the grass in the back pasture down to the ground.  I closed the gates and they won’t be going back there until it gets a chance to grow back.

I went looking for the bloodroot flowers that grow along the fence every spring.  But I didn’t see any.  They may have bloomed early this year like many other flowers.  I’m sorry to have missed them.

But I did see the pear tree in full white blossoms.  And for the first time noticed that there are four more pear trees in the woods behind the farm.  I can see them from the farm. I can’t imagine why I never noticed them before.

Blossoming Pear Tree

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