It was just too gorgeous and sunny today here in Western Oregon to stay indoors and bind the sunflower quilt...........besides.....my favorite guy had other plans for me....the moo-ing kind...
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This cow didn't like my camera.....so I had to move so she would come through the gate. She is a pretty cow, but a bit wild.
Here is a gentle giant. We have the nicest bulls on the place this year. They are big, beautiful, calm and easy to work with. This big guy didn't mind the camera at all.
The bull is the next one into the squeeze chute...
My favorite guy is putting fly tags in the bulls ears. They keep the flies off his face during the hot summer weather.
While the guys were loading up all of the equipment I strolled around with the camera. I spotted some foxgloves growing over by the corral fence. I love the dots up inside the blooms...
Sprinkler heads on the end of the irrigation pipe
Now that I am home I need a good scrubbing before I can even think about getting close to my quilts!
I have taken so many photos during the process of creating the sunflower quilt. I decided to put some of them into a slide show so you can follow along with my Sunflower Quilt Journey... If you want to take a peek at what I have downloaded to the slide show so far CLICK HERE. Open your browser window as big as you can, and the slide show photos will be BIG and you can see all the great detail work. I will continue to add images to this slide show as time allows.
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On My Way To The Shower,