That's pretty darn clever...and cute too!
You gotta love a well decorated hay bale, Brian. I bet you guys could climb all over it and have a ball. Of hay.
I'm not real fond of this God, but it's sure clever.Have a fabulous Awww Monday. ♥
Me neither, Sandee.
How brilliant is that heheh!Have an artistictastic week :-)
He was guarding the dragon.
That is so neat!
We may not have made it to the WS but we do know how to dress up a bale of hay.
I'm reminded of Mongolia. The creature has a Genghis Khan thing going on.
Dang, we think alike, Susie, Genghis Khhaaaaan! is who I thought of too. Genighis "Shark Teeth" Khaaaannnn!.
Hello, I am not a fan of the Col Weather God. They have a neat way of dressing up the hay bales. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
Started my reply to your comment before I saw the bails of Hay in the Linky list of All Seasons - thank you much! You were talking about roasting chestnuts - my dad used to roast them in the ash drawer of the stove when I was a child. Have to investigate where I can buy them here:)Didn't know you were romantically inclined, haha. But then, your post about the bails of hay is a whole other side of you! Have never seen a decorated bail of hay - better make peace with this one - he looks a little threatening, lol!
I've seen them out in the grocery store and keep thinking about grabbing some. My grandpa used to roast them in the fireplace in the basement. I've had luck roasting chestnuts in the oven and consider it a special winter treat. There were a lot of decorated hay bales during the Fermentation Fest this fall, I've also seen decorated silage bags and silos. I think the silo I saw made into as a dragon is still the coolest thing I've seen during the fest, too bad they only have it every other year now.
A decorated hay bale! That's a new one for me!
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