Got three walks in but had to do it in three days.
It's raining today and It did Monday.
It's probably got lots more water running in it today.
One side of my walk is near the road, can't even see it in the summer.
We are blessed with rocks!
Don't know how his parent, grand parents and great grand parents every made a living with all these rocks!
Have a great weekend
I often wonder about our rocky New England soil too--they must have spent a whole lot of time moving rocks to plant their crops...
Talk about back problems, huh? hugs, Julierose
Yes that's why New England is known for its stone walls. An abundance and walls needed. You have a pretty path to walk.
Cool rocks. We are a muddy mucky mess.
My grandson just traveled through that rain on his way to Miami. I'm so glad he didn't hit snow on his way from Indiana. When we moved in our home in '76 the farmers would put rocks at the corner of their fields free for the taking. We used to take a trailer through the country to collect them. We have done many amazing things with those rocks over the years. I love them and will never get rid of a single one. I'm weird.
Gosh Barb your land is just beautiful.
Got your Christmas card thanks. I had lost your address when my computer crashed but I have it again now. Yay!
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