We drink raw unpasteurized milk that we get from a local farm. Not only is unpasteurized milk full of vitamins, minerals and beneficial enzymes, but this milk we get is the creamiest, most delicious milk I have ever tasted. I wish more people would realize the benefits in drinking raw milk and understand that it is not dangerous. It is one of the most healthy whole foods on this planet. But that is not what this post is about. I will save all the raw milk info for another time.
This post is to share a couple photos of some beautiful creatures. When we went to pick up the milk earlier this evening, there was a huge spider next to the door to the milk house. The first thing I thought was, “I knew I should have brought my camera!” Every trip out there that I forget my camera, there is something interesting or beautiful to take a photo of. There has only been twice that I have actually remembered to take it. One of those times there was nothing at all except rain and dreary weather. The other time, I did get a few shots of buffalo, but where they were grazing was hard to get anything spectacular.
With all that being said, here are a few shots that was taken with my phone. Of course, it was my old phone, but I guess it’s better than nothing right?
Compare the relation of the size of the spider to the door handle. It was a decent sized spider.
Such a beautiful spider.
Gorgeous brown Swiss cows with stunning green grass that they get to graze on in the pasture.
So peaceful watching the sun set behind the stunning clouds.