Sunday, August 11, 2013

Scene Along the Road: Hay There!

I get great satisfaction from watching hay (or alfalfa) being cut, raked and baled as we travel along the highway. Perhaps it is because I live in an arid area where little hay is produced. The satisfaction may be a result of my constant concern about having enough hay for my horses in the past. Perhaps it has to do with 'bundling summer' in nice neat packages to be enjoyed by our animals in the cold, winter months.

Here are some scenes along the road in Montana, Idaho and Utah:











8 comments:

  1. I like watching the hay being baled too. I love photographing fields filled with bales.

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  2. Nice photos ! I like watching the Amish in their fields doing it all the old fashioned way keeps the history of farming alive ! Thanks for sharing ! Have a good week !

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  3. Nothing prettier or better smelling than hay just cut. Oh yeah, it's even better stacked in the barn!

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  4. Love the smell of fresh cut hay. Even better I like to see it all in the barn ready to feed the cows in the winter. Great photos!

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  5. Mmmmm, hay! Shy would be in hay heaven!

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  6. I also like watching hay fields as we travel.

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  7. LOVE seeing the big stacks of hay :-D.

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  8. Isn't that a spectacular sight!

    I don't think they cut hay around here, but I love seeing it in other places!

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