This is a common sight on the road to our place, but I never get tired of stopping for the sheep. Sometimes there will be a couple of males butting heads – wow! These photos were taken in Syringa Creek Provincial Park in BC. City folks might be surprised at the size of these creatures: an adult male sheep standing next to my SUV can look me in the eye almost level. You must not get out of the vehicle for a closer look, even though they seem tame.
Unfortunately the frost got to our tomatoes before I could harvest the rest of them. We planted a little late this year and didn’t get the best results. Next year my daughters and I will plant the tomatoes and pumpkins at our summer cabin, where they have plenty of sunshine and space to grow.
Our 80-something year old neighbour seems eccentric. His property is littered with derelict machinery and old single-wide trailers. Maybe all he sees is the potential usefulness of each machine, like this old tractor. I think it’s strangely beautiful.