Haytime in April?

On Sunday, the farmer cut the big field opposite the house.  He came and turned it at dusk on Monday and Tuesday.  The sun shone and the wind blew just enough to dry it beautifully.  I suspect he will collect it this evening.
hay  - rowing up 10pm 19.4.16

PS 3 hours of sunshine later, the hay is going fast.:hay going 20.4.16

 

Last week:

fallen tree haiga 16.4.16

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7 Responses to Haytime in April?

  1. Oh, I had hayfever when I lived in Brittany. Hope you don’t . Beautiful scene, though.

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  2. Ron. says:

    You are sooooo far ahead of us here, where nothing has as yet even greened.

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  3. tialys says:

    Surely this proves the saying ‘make hay while the sun shines’ doesn’t it 😉

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  4. katechiconi says:

    The farmer is clearly a man in touch with the weather and the seasons. If he can gather an extra crop of hay this early in the year, well done him!

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