As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, my family farms just north of the Canada-United States border in southern Manitoba. We have some land on the border. To give you an idea I thought I’d share a few photos of the borderline in this Wordless Wednesday blog post. I spent this past weekend at the farm helping my family work on our land along the Manitoba-North Dakota border. Who needs to go to the gym when you spend all afternoon picking some very heavy rocks?! Happy Wednesday!
glad you could spend the weekend at home with your fam. looks like you had a FUN time. lol.
your grass is greener then the other side of the fence I guess that saying is not always correct 🙂
Lol. Very true! In this case it’s because the field on the North Dakota side is cultivated and ours was pasture (grass) for the cattle – not anymore though. We just broke up that pasture. Next year we will plant a crop on that land.