High Temperature: 82F
Yesterday afternoon I noticed it starting to change. The vibrant green of the pastures is suddenly burnished with the bronze of grass going to seed. In a few days, we will move the cattle from the flattened and tattered west side to the lush east side. I will miss the tall grasses moving in the wind like sheets drying on a line. We've also enjoyed one of the last cool mornings and open windows overnight. As we say goodbye to May, a new season comes in on a wave of heat.
Frog note: this is the third dog pool graduate I've gotten on film. My God, they are tiny! The morning seems to be their preferred time to make their escape, but for all I know, they leave en masse in the night hours.