A visit out to father's means the boys run untethered.
bales of hay act as elevated running platforms. jumping from one to one.
as long as they don't go tearing into them it is good.
i don't dictate on free range movement
every now and then they do need a second set of eyes.
this particular moment involved reminding the youngest to watch out for the 1/4 cat skin that had fallen off of the top of the bale.
at least one fox has been thinning out the cat population.
some days before the fox took this cat to the top of the bale for some dining privacy.
now the cat serves as another jumping obstacle on free range bale running.