What exactly were you expecting out of that title?
A major heat wave has settled over the entire western half of the US, and the Bee Girls deal with the heat the only way they know how - get out of the bee box and fan their butts off!
|Just about an hour old|
|Top row - Stella (2012), Sawyer (12), Sybil (10), Donna Oakes with her red bi Jan (10), Tazz (10) and Rowyn (12) wondering why no one else is looking at the sheep RIGHT THERE. Lying down in front, proud poppa Hoke and momma Cricket|
|The first artsy picture. It was just kind of a cool shot, with all the lines on the ground and in the sky|
|The first cut is the greenest....sorry, I couldn't help myself|
|Ed makes the corner to complete the first circuit, the hardest one next to the fence|
|Grass-eye's view. Pretty thick|
|Just kind of a nice view from above|
|This morning, with Ed's progress duly noted and the beastly machine still sleeping. There truly is no finer fragrance than that of fresh cut hay on a cool, late spring morning|
|One byproduct of hay cutting is that small creatures are displaced and sometimes dismembered, including one very large gopher snake, sadly enough. Cricket had a line on something moving about under the hay but she didn't find it|
|'Officinalis', parent on the left (solid pink), 'Mundi' on the right (striped)|
|The new sport, a much smaller, lighter striped flower|