We finally got Fall here. One day it was 70 degrees out and I was picking green beans and canning tomatoes. The next day it was 40 degrees and we cut firewood.
Most of the leaves are finally changing but there are still green ones too. And not many have come down yet.
Our pond from the top of the hill
Our pond from the bottom of the hill
Corn Dog. Heehee..........
The pumpkins are finally ripe and just in time, as the frost got the leaves. Next year we're planning a large pumpkin patch for selling to the public (hay rides, mums, the whole nine yards) so we planted these to get a better idea of exactly how long they take to mature.
Bears discovered the pumpkin patch also; and dug their claws into these, then decided they weren't as tasty as they originally imagined.
(Yep, that's a gun in the photo; when we started getting bear activity on the farm Kevin said I had to carry one when I walked on the place, just in case a bear came after me or Dodge. No one is hunting bears here....)