Wild Mustard

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I thought I would share these pictures of a field of wild mustard.  This field is on our way into town. 

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I think it is absolutely beautiful!

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So of course I took several pictures from several different views.

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Last one.  As I was taking these pictures another man was up in another driveway taking pictures too.  He of course had a very fancy camera with a tripod.  Obviously, I am not the only one who thinks it is beautiful.

We are overcast still today but it is supposed to be fairly warm.  I am getting ready to take clothes to the line to dry.  We still have some wind but not too bad.   We are hoping the wind dies down soon.  We have not burned the brush pile off the lower garden yet.  We need to get it burned as Hubby will soon need to tiller it.   School today as usual.  Yesterday we only did half school as we had to go to piano practice in the afternoon.  We stopped by the library and Julie found plenty of books she was interested in reading.  Grace found a few but not as many as Julie did.  Sometimes it is difficult to find books we want to read.  The librarian told me it probably meant we had already read all the good ones.  We do enjoy reading.  Enjoy your day and God bless.

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5 thoughts on “Wild Mustard

  1. Those mustard fields are beautiful!! I hope I get to see them before they go away. I can’t wait to be working in the garden. Last night I told Quentin he plants and I weed. He thinks it is a great combination! I love my little book worms and yours too :) Hope you all are having a great week!!

  2. We have some farmers around here that grow mustard. It is beautiful to see. You got some wonderful pictures.

    We quickly read most of the books in our little library, so we use the bigger city library. We have to pay more, but it is so worth it with the amount of books that we read and videos that we see.

    I put a load up on the line outside this morning. I should have the girls do a load as well. Have a great day with your family.

    ~Cheryl

  3. Hi Donna…. What beautiful fields:) Have you folks gone past the dandelion stage? We still don’t have them… smile…
    I read something last year to do with wild mustard but I can’t remember what it was…smile… old age…
    Blessings…

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