The last two days I spent at Milo at a womens grazing school. I have been before, but this was the best one yet. I learn something new everytime I go. This year I have seen 3 plants I never knew excisted.
One was the Owl-Clover:
And another was winterfat, which is simmilar to sage, but more palatable. The third was called wild begonia, not sure if it has a other name, but it sure was pretty:
There was a range id course and a test, There were lots who got 100% on the test, so they drew names and the winner got a perrenial planter (yes I got 100% too!)
We billeted out at a very nice couples place and they had a georgeous yard and these pretty flowers in it.
We made smores
And more smores
at the campfire social after supper at the place we billeted
This is the nice room I got to stay in, the bed was sooo comfortable and the pillows soft. So much nicer than camping.