The geese fly in every morning now. About 30 of them. They send the cattle scattering all over the pasture. I think they do it on purpose. A couple of the maples have turned to a soft maroon. It's early for fall and our woodpile is in a shambles. Tomatoes on the vine are small and so are my cukes. Others have their's in the refrigerator already, but mine are taking their time.
So today, I think I'll can as much as possible. Some beets, swiss chard, maybe some beans. I'll send the kids out to weed the weed patch. The wild rasberries are red and ripe and ready to drop. We'll try to get some more before they do. The blueberries are so late. They're at their peak right now, though we don't have too many of them this year. Enough to get a pie or two.
My two oldest start college next week. My two youngest won't have to start school for a couple of weeks yet. I don't like to start too early. We learn plenty just farming.
That's about it from Glory Farm. Have a good and Godly day.