OMG you mean I get to be first?? Boy you sure get up early there at the farm. My kind of place. I love the woods and seeing all the colors that are ever changing. Beautiful place as always!
OH WOW That is an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING photo,Love it, love bear all is fab.WOW
Nice thing about firewood... its a renewable resource! Very nice picture! Have a great day!
It's Narnia!!! What a way to start the day...
Alisha. Please don't say the word Narnia to me. Narnia is taking away my life right now. arrgh.I was thinking more of a good spot for a Teddy Bears' Picnic
what a lovely photo, the colors, wow!! you live in a wonderful place, it's more like a fairytale! I went today to look for firewood also, though I don't have that amazing forest next to my house, we took 3 bags of pine cones, they smell sooo good...;))
and just along the path, just a little further , we see a little girl and boy dropping breadcrumbs to mark their way.......... Narnia! Teddy Bear's Picnic! Hansel and Gretel! This photo certainly evokes imagination!
Not a bad place to do a day's work!!Amy
Looks like a piece of heaven.
Wow. Narnia. Teddy Bear's Picnic. Hansel & Gretel. I think there's a lot more happening on my driveway than I realized. : )Sam,Here is how the conversation I had with myself over your comment went:I am not clicking on a link called Teddy Bear's Picnic.Okay, maybe I'll just take a quick peek, but no way am I turning on the sound.Hmmmm. This is pretty cute.Hold everything. What's this? Prairie Dogs Picnic?Volume: ON!It was too cute for words. You'll have to go see it yourselves. : )Hi Tattum,Welcome to the farm! Thanks for taking the time to write and say hello. I love pinecones.Hi Simply Coll,Welcome to the farm! Nice to hear from you. : )
A scene right from Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel.. Love it Love it..
Is that a wolf or a dog?!?Well I suppose either way you're safe with a chainsaw!
Hi teddy-bear,That's my faithful companion and super stock dog Lucky Buddy Bear! He's half Australian Shepherd and half English Shepherd. You can find lots more photos of him (looking much more domesticated ; ) here.
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