Category: Ohio


Storm’s a Brewing

Purple Martin Home

Purple Martin houses are very popular among the Amish people. Here we see some action at the Martin House

Bluebird

Deserted

Irrigation Bike

From the Farmers Almanac:

Corn Farmers’ Measuring Stick

Knee High by the Fourth of July” is an old saying once used by farmers to measure the success of their corn crops. Years ago, if corn had grown kneehigh by Independence Day, it was a good sign and meant they could count on high yields for the year.

It looks like a great corn harvest this fall.

Notice in the background the Holmes County Courthouse in Millersburg, Ohio shining in the morning sun. The Courthouse Clock Tower etc, has been in the renovation process for awhile.

I had earlier labelled this horse as a Friesian. A friend informed me that it was a Gypsy Vaneer, so I retitled the post.

Eastern Kingbird

The view from across the road!

The view from the neighbors the hill! Bonus: A beautiful flower border around the garden!

Another over-the-hill view from a different angle so as to include these hanging flowers!