Farm life is now changing since my gpa died a month ago. He was the main farmer. The rock which ran the farm. Now, unexpectedly, it's all changing. The big thing right now is taking out our cherry orchard. It's no longer producing and so it's time to go. It's been in the ground my entire life. For 28 years, I've ran through the orchard in the spring time just smelling the sweetness of the blossoms. Come May, that will be gone. The memory will be there forever.
This week, I've been capturing all the videos and images of the final blossom. It's been beautiful. Thankful and grateful.