6-word-Saturday – hay story

Next winter stomachs will be filled

Hay as far as the eye can see
cut hay as far as the eye can see 3.6.15
hay drying 4.6.15

Hay gone
Day one it was cut
Day two the sun shone
Day three dry hay transported
Next winter stomachs will be filled

hay gone 5.6.1

hay gone 5.6.15

hay gone 5.6.15

and this afternoon we shall be feasting at Hambye – a strawberry tea party in aid of la Ligue Contre le Cancer.

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7 Responses to 6-word-Saturday – hay story

  1. Candy says:

    Love the pictures that go along with your lovely words

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  2. restlessjo says:

    All good to hear, Viv 🙂 The Polish family brought along some very nice cake for munching on the boat.


  3. Ron. says:

    Yeah, we’re in the middle of the season’s first cut here, too, V. Lovely to look at the hayrows and breathe in the fresh-cut air.

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  4. Nature at it’s fruitful best x

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  5. thehutts says:

    Good that the animals stomachs will be filled but poor show for the wild flowers as if hay isn’t made and turned the seed isn’t spread for next year. However with your forecast and I can see why they had to get it in quickly. Sally

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