Remember how concerned I was, back in early-to-mid-July, that I might not get any tomatoes at all? As it turned out, I got plenty to can, and we've had all we've wanted to eat fresh.
Yesterday I turned Bonnie and Clyde out into the big pasture. After Cliff went to work, I went to check on them; they were in one of Bonnie's favorite hideaways.
One thing I haven't mentioned is that Bonnie developed mastitis in the off front quarter (by "off" I mean on the side I don't normally milk); that quarter is pretty much not giving anything now. If I were a dairyman I would be upset. As it is, Bonnie still gives enough milk for three or four calves. Besides, I'm thinking she will be at less risk for milk fever next time, since this cuts her production by 25%.