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Posted by laurie on March 25, 2010

Hmmm, now what could Sherman be looking at so intently? A bird? A squirrel?

No! He is gaping in astonishment at the transformation of the yard into a cow pasture! When they built the Taj-Mah Patio, they had to dig up the ground and they kindly left grass seed covered by straw. I wanted more straw in anticipation of the mud season, so Phillip went out and got some but unfortunately they were out of straw, so he got hay. There’s a big difference betweem straw and hay, did you know that? Straw is comprised of the stalks of grain plants while hay is everything but the stalk with plenty of seeds. So it should be interesting to see how the “grass” comes in over the next few weeks. In the meantime I’ll be looking for a cow or two to get rid of this mess.

3 Responses to “Moo”

  1. Rita said

    I think you could get the job done cleaner with sheep. And they are very cute as well. Much nicer then cows.

  2. Bonnie said

    Do deer eat hay? You might have just put a big “party at the Kramer’s” sign in your yard…..

  3. Karen S. said

    Lots of critters eat hay; after all, it’s the edible part of dried grass. Party at the Kramers is right!

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