It turns out that traffic on this country road came down to a crawl – a genuine Pennsylvania Traffic Jam……a large tractor was crawling at a snails pace down the main road oblivious to the line of cars trailing behind him.
Tonya, her own farm not far, took a side road and treated me to views and vistas of beautiful working dairy farms with rambling farm houses and tall silos, rolling green hills and very very happy cows ((No matter what those California cows say – Pennsylvania cows are happy too!))
We pulled down the long drive of Tonya’s nephew’s house….to find he and his wife out with the calves and heifers. Look at this sweet girl!
It was feeding time so they were all close up against the rails and I was interrupting their dinner time.
That closest one to me was SO curious! Look at her look!
Baby Jersey Love!
This tiny girl is already a month old…and she is itty bitty! She was a triplet ---so ended up very small, sweet thing. See that white “heart” on her forehead? She’s been affectionately named “Sweetheart” by the grand kids…..she looks like a little baby deer!
Thanks for the visit, now Moooooooove on back home! Have a safe trip!
It was a very fun visit!
And I am headed home today! Thank you, Pennsylvania for your warm welcome! For odd weather days with temps soaring to near 90 one day, and dipping into the 40s the next with rain and wind! As the saying goes, if you don’t like the weather in Pennsylvania in the Spring, come back tomorrow – it will have changed!
Catch you later, everyone!