Kiss The Ground A Netflix Movie-Watch It

The “Little Woman” and I decided to take off around 5am yesterday to try and catch Sandhill Cranes near Cecilia, Kentucky. We have caught them there before at this time of year. The round trip took us about 4 and a half hours. Although we only found one flock of cranes of 100 to 200 birds way out in a field the trip was a success. Always enjoyable to travel with my wife. It turned out they had a layer of snow on the ground there adding to the scenery.

Returning home around noon and a little tired from driving we decided to watch a movie. We watched “Kiss the Ground” on Netflix. I recommend folks watch this. It also puts me in a quandary of how to change what I do as far as farming and gardening. I know that I have depleted the soil gardening. So will have to learn how to do things differently. Still young enough to learn I hope…

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4 Responses to Kiss The Ground A Netflix Movie-Watch It

  1. ellen says:

    Nice story, and you lived it. Great photos too, of new memories. I love the Donkeys as well as the Cranes. And the scenery so calming. Beautiful place to have seen and an adventure to find the Cranes was a big success. And fun to boot. Will check for “Kiss the Ground” though it sounds familiar, it will be worth the viewing.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      It was a nice morning jaunt. Thank You. The cranes use a relatively small area there, so about an hour look see and no birds in the air let us know there would be no large numbers. It is still hunting season so I knew getting close would be tough. Do check out the movie if you find time…

  2. NH Gardener says:

    I don’t have Netflix but chances are it is or will be on TV.
    Nice shots of the scenery. I liked the donkeys, and of course the cranes!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      I don’t know what other places the movie is shown. Thank You, the trace of snow added to the scenery. I like donkey’s never have had one on the farm. Many of the farmers or ranchers with cattle here keep donkey’s for protection from coyotes …

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