Normally, when I take a walk around the farm, I show you all the pretty things or changes taking place around here.
This time, I’ll show you a few of the unusual things I run across.
Well, you know how I love my trees. But I am always amazed at how these trees grow crooked. And wonder what it was that caused the crooked growth.
And then this tree twisted as it grew, causing a little kind of shelter. I wonder how many little critters have taken shelter here over the years?
And the roots of one tree decided it wanted to protect the older root of this tree.
The woodpeckers really go to town on the threes around here.
I thought this little bud was interesting.
Here’s another like the one above, just as it’s beginning to open up.
And this is the most unusual thing I’ve seen on the farm this year.
I found three of these growing in different spots on two cedar trees.
It looks like something that should be growing on the bottom of the sea.
Like maybe an anemone.
It’s bigger than a golfball, but smaller than a baseball.
I call it a farmone. (farm + anemone)
Anyone know what it is?