I just posted this picture on Facebook but deleted it because sometimes it isn't big enough on Facebook to read all the text. This is a very good example of what your plate should look like courtesy of OneMedical.com. I found it on Pinterest of course.
Whew what a day! We got a little more rain, perfect timing and well needed. Then we spent the day on the road to Schulenburg, Tx where John played this afternoon with the gospel group he is in "The Washington Street Boy's".
That is such a sweet drive. Plenty of good ol' Texas rural country with miles and miles of nothing but pasture land and history. I enjoy watching out the window and spotting things that are unique. We spotted several old tractors either in use or for sale and just had a great time.
The church folks from the tiny little church they played in sent us away with homemade chicken salad sandwiches, a great pasta salad and a piece of cake. We found the nearest road side park to stop and eat our food and found where someone had just unloaded some feed sacks! Yes, I piled many of them in the truck.
Tomorrow I plan to repot some grapevine starts that have been rooting for 6 weeks in covered lick tubs. Then I plan to spend the day making feed bag totes.
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That is about it on the Rural Living hobby farm. We'd love to hear from you.