Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 10/19/05


More Fall Color And That Handmade Fence

18 comments:

  1. I love that fence! It makes for such pretty pics.

    I think my allergies are acting up this morning...I feel a sneeze coming on....aaahh....aaaaahhhhh...*CASHEW*....wow, that came outta nowhere...I feel better now.....

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  2. One of these days you'll have to teach me how to make a fence like that. ;) Only problem is, I don't wake up quite that early!!

    Amy

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  3. I don't know what is more fun -- reading your daily posts/seeing your photos or reading all the comments! I guess I could go sit in the shade of a "WILLOW" and figure it out?

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  4. C'mon, Guinevere, don't be shy.
    Cmon out from behind the bush and
    say a big "hi".lg

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  5. I like that name, Guinevere suggested by saucy Sam from Becks & Posh. What a fab idea. Welsh, noble, fair and soft. When Sam dressed up as me for the FHM photo shoot I was so flattered. I am sure Yellow21 is going to be just as stoked that her name was chosen by none other than the fabulous Sam.

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  6. I am thinking of adding another ammendment to the constitution: That Yellow21 should from hereon be known only as Guinevere.

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  7. Naming yellow21 after a strong woman and a revered welsh historical figure like Guinevere could certainly do an awful lot to help Brtish American relationships and futher world peace.

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  8. Sam came to see me once in Vegas, so I know she is a woman of great taste. The Welsh are a fine race and yellow21 is a fine sheep so calling her Guinevere makes perfect sense to me.

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  9. I have whistled may way past a lot of welsh sheep. None, so far have been noble enough to deserve the regal, fair and soft name Guinevere. None, that is til I first set eyes on Yellow21. "Peeeep, peeeep"

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  10. If only I had known about Guinevere. I could have saved a lot of money on buying rings for Elisabeth.

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  11. Don't you dare introduce guinevere to my Gavin. I couldn't bear to lose him to another woman. Especially one so fair and soft. I may have the voice an Angel, but Guinevere has definitely got the body of one.

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  12. Guess what time it is :P AND I have been up for AGES! :)

    WOW the colours are turning quick over there!

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  13. Sir Lancelot10/19/2005 3:37 PM

    ah yes I remember Guinevere. Had a fling with her once. Nice girl, awful name. Now MISSY is a much nicer name.

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  14. Lancey, baby, what do you mean,, "Missy"? Missy sounds to much like messy and that's what you'll be if you don't stop messin' with me.

    I can't wait to be reincarnated as a sheep, especially one, who like me, has such a colourful past.

    I am ready and eager to add all the other shades of the rainbow to the future life of Yellow21.

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  15. What a beautiful landscape/scenery and picture! The light is absolutely magnificent and really dreamlike...

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  16. oooOo, looks like you'd have a load of pesky varmints out there. Neat!

    Biggles

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  17. My queen Guinevere had a birthmark of a king's crown on her back. So if MISSY has a birthmark of the kings crown on her back then she is Guinevere.

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  18. I think the fence is in the way of the trees.. ha ha only kidding another fantastic pic, as always you deliver.I hope you don't mind but I added your blog to my list. I want to be able to find it again.I like the name Cashew too... here come another sneeze... aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh cashew....whew.. sorry Jeff.

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