Well, it's cold enough to convince you that it is mid-November. The black walnut trees are leaf-less and some of the others are holding on to fading Fall colors.
Barn cleaning is going swimmingly and I'm making serious inroads on the farm shop building. I've hauled carloads of cardboard and paper to the recycling center and am sweeping and sorting like a madwoman. It should be done in a year or two.
The cows have a visiting red Angus bull and the goats a handsome Boer feller. We should be knee deep in kids come March. September should be prime calving time.
So far, no snow. I am thankful for that and hope it will continue in that weather pattern for some time to come.