Saturday, November 15, 2014

Twin Sunsets

Last week the sun began to set. Oddly, the sun was setting in the wrong place. My house was lit up from the East side like a sunrise and the sun was setting on the west slope. We went outside to see what was going on and the answer was written in the sky, Chemtrails all over the place like cross hatching. Two planes were painting the sky with chemicals at that time. The chemical they were spraying were staying in the atmosphere and was reflecting like glitter in the sky the sunset. The result was dual sunsets. 

East side sunset

West side chemtrails, setting sun

East side faux sunset

East side chemtrails and faux chemtrails

East sunset

East Sunset


West side chemtrails and real sunset

Chemtrail cross hatching across the sky on the east sunset.

Final decent of the sun on the west side over the slope.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

The Britishes

Finally, someone else gets it about modern technology and rudeness. This is one of my biggest pet peeves is that people are addicted to mobile devices. They can't carry on a normal conversation eye to eye contact because their attention is on a device . They could also be driving, walking even in the bathroom and this applies as well. I have to say College Humor hits the nail on the head.My husband found this one You Tube for me. Yup, this is how I feel about mobile devices. And I have one, but it is off most of the time. I prefer to talk to people in my presence and not a piece of plastic. 
Enjoy The Britishes: Stop Looking at your Phones:

Friday, November 7, 2014

Last Saturday

                  Last Saturday we went to a large organic farm in Norwood, Missouri. We got a tour of the farm and got to see most of their animals. We were escorted by these guard geese.

Got to see a neat looking cow and her herd.

The neatest thing was a place to eat on the way home. There is an Amish restaurant that is solar powered. If they generate their own power they can use electricity. This was a wonderful place to eat and we got a tour of their solar set up.

Good  Norwood, MO Amish eats on Thur, Fri and Sat only.

We got home by sunset.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Henny Penny Yard

One of a pair of Welsummer roosters I have.
 Very calm and very good gentlemen for my hens.

My ever growing dark Cornish hen. She is even tempered and very broody. She is not even 8 months old yet. These are becoming my favorite laying hen.

Red Ranger meat hens almost 20 weeks old.

Legends of the Fall

Farm road

My back 40

The old hickory

Sugar Maple

Fall Melon

Here is Melon playing with the last harvest of pumpkins.

Fall leaves and Melon

Sugar maple tree and cat climbing

Zilla waits for the chasing game to begin.