Sunday, June 12, 2016
As I was drinking my tea this morning, I spotted Tim D. walking toward his hand line (irrigation pipe), getting ready to move them. I pulled on my boots and went out to help, and the two of us spent a very companionable hour moving his three strings of hand line. For each cycle of irrigation, we move those pipes six times, in 30' increments, so that the entire field gets watered. Generally he irrigates about once every 10 to 15 days, so about a third to half of summer mornings we need to move hand line. This morning, we mostly we shared our thoughts about the beauty around us, and it truly was a gorgeous morning. The skies were mostly cloudy, but the occasional holes in the clouds led to bright sunlight playing over the hills and mountains around us. Every piece of land in sight is a beautiful green right now, and washed clean by yesterday's rainstorm. Everywhere we looked we saw life: crops, pastures, cattle, sheep, horses, and more.
I love this place, and the people in it!
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