You have big hearts.
Retired horses need good homes. I have always kept my retired endurance horses because they worked so hard for me.
We sit on our porch in the evenings and have enjoyed watching the owls practice their flying skills. On windy nights it has been a real challenge for them to control direction and landings! Now it appears that most of them have left the hay shed and are roosting in the trees in the daytime. We only see two coming out of the shed at night.
Haying has begun in our area. The ranch behind us has over 100 tons in those 1,000 pound bales. It makes a big haystack! The weather is perfect for curing hay, hot days and wind. It's not so perfect for trying to keep my garden and flower beds watered. I try to do most of my outside work in the mornings before it gets hot, sometimes a bit more in the evenings after the sun goes down.
Our pasture is being grazed by a neighbor's cattle a herd of about 25 cow/calf pairs and about 20 yearlings. It always looks good to see animals making use of the grass.
My Hubby worked this morning putting wooden fence stays in a quarter mile of fence. He used a pneumatic stapler and a generator to run it, hauled in the old pickup. He has 50 ft of air hose, so he would park the truck 50 ft from the starting point, and work behind and ahead of the truck before having to move again. The pasture is hilly which adds work to the job. He sure was hot and sweaty when he came in for lunch and a shower.