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November 14, 2016


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Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti

Very fun and whimsical hay bales, Jeanne! Obviously farmers and rancehers who like to have fun!


Oh wow, what famous funny things, never could imagine...
Thanks for sharing :-)
Have a nice new week


I feel so amazed at your stunning pictures, darling Jeanne, thank you for sharing this so lovely post with us !

Thanking you for being so very special, and for hosting me today, as well, I'm wishing you all my best for your new week just begun

Xx Dany


I've never seen any hay "creations" as cute as these! What imagination folks have.
Thanks for hosting and have a nice Monday.

Nick, Melbourne

What a great fun they've made of hay making, Jeanne! I think it's so important for people to have a sense of humour and try and have fun even in periods of time where there is lots of work to be done and much to prepare for the long Winter months ahead.
Some photos from the Melbourne Polish Festival, which happened yesterday here in our City.

Little wandering wren

Hey, your post today is great! Love the farmers designs, is that called thinking outside the hay box! Sorry I haven't been around for a while, we're busy packing up to leave Australia but we've had visitors so not all work!
Have a lovely week Jeanne.
Wren x

Nonnies Memories

Hay!!! Now I've never seen the likes of hay like that. I always thought it would be fun to play in a haystack - sliding down - or sleeping on a mattress of hay such as Heidi did in her grandfather's cabin. But the reality is now, NO, I don't think so. Have a great week.


Cute photos...we have a really nice corn maze here that's so fun for the kids....hope your week is a good one.

Magical Mystical Teacher

I'd love to be the next-door neighbor to that farmer who builds castles out of hay bales!

These bails of hay are hilarious and fun! Thanks for hosting and see you soon at ALL SEASONS, Jeanne:)


Thanks Jeannie for hosting and for share such a fun venue, loved seeing the castle !! and maze as well as the bale/metal figures.

Sarah Longes

Hi Jeanne, what brilliant fun! There are quite a few place in the UK that do mazes using hay bales and a few farms near Stonehenge are known to create their own hay bale versions :-)

I may not get time to post over the next few weeks but I will try my best! It's all explained in today's post.

Have a great week,


Hi Jeanne, you always have a wonderful share. These photos are great! Happy Blue Monday as it is winding down. I am late but I am happy. Have a beautiful week. Hugs, Anne


What a most wonderful farm. These photos are lovely.
Greetings from Finland.

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