~Sunday Drive~

I walked around, down by the wet weather creek, Sunday morning. A beautiful profusion of wildflowers grows along the edge of our backyard. In this photo, Queen Anne's Lace, with Blackeyed Susans, in the background.
Are they weeds? Or are they wildflowers? I choose to believe they are wildflowers. Another little flower/weed, growing near the creek, is white with a yellow center. It could be mistaken for a Daisy. It's name? Fleabane! Supposedly Fleabane has medicinal properties. No photos of this one.

Blackeyed Susans, near our backyard.
Queen Anne's Lace, beside an old fence post, near the creek.
This roadside bouquet grows along a gravel road, not far from our home.
Queen Anne's Lace, growing near the creek, in this photo and the one below. Notice the tiny flies, in the above photo?
During Sunday afternoon, we took a drive in the country. One of our favorite diversions is driving through the back roads of our beautiful state. Even at the present price of fuel, it's still inexpensive entertainment for us. Luckily, we live in a rural area. Country roads are just around the corner!
We passed this Soybean field, with Lilies and Queen Anne's Lace, beside the road.
Here is a field of hay, raked and ready for baling.
A field with baled hay.
Combining Wheat, on a Sunday afternoon.
200th Post Celebration: My next post will be my 200th. I'm planning a giveaway for the occasion. More about that, when we return from the lake. Stay tuned.

I hope you all are having a great week. Talk to you soon!