ha ha! First!Wow those leaves are nearly all gone!I want more LLAMAS :) but sheep are beaut too
Good morning Miss Clare!I am already thinking I may have to start a special secret llama blog so you can get your llama photo fix. : )
Hi Niobium,Of course! : )Welcome to the farm!
Morning! Secret llama blog huh? LOL -- won't keep it too secret will you?*sighs* Nope, fall colours didn't last very long! Time for even cooler weather to set in. Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting! I did some updates to my blog -- spent some time last night figuring out the html coding so that it would appear like the rest of the page. Your two (the ones I know of) blogs appear in my favorite blogs listing. For today -- am hoping to make your "pita" recipe! I already know with a family of 6 -- all boys except me -- that making one batch is only going to make the natives MAD! So, already plan on making 3 batches of your recipe. I will give an update when I have them done -- will post during and results.. ears perked when I mentioned "Pita Pizzas".. Looks like that is what's for dinner. Have a great day!
Hi Heather,Hope you have fun with your pitas today. Mmmm, I just happened to have a pita pizza last night. Here's hoping all of yours don't puff! : )
Hello-- I am a first time visitor. You have a beautiful site (your blog, your land). We took a similar adventure-- left California and moved to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. We have only 2 1/2 acres, but it does give us a good sized garden and an orchard. Been here only a year and a half. We have a freezer full of zucchini soup, pesto, berries, and tomatoes. We also canned some beets and carrots.We're very interested in cooking, baking, and growing our own food. So, your site will be a regular stop on my daily blog reading.Thanks to Nio for the heads up!
That picture makes me start singing "Git along little uh, sheepie". Seriously! On a horse, of course. Farmgirl, you need two horses.
Hi Rexroth's Daughter,Welcome to the farm! So glad you found us. Thanks for taking the time to write. Oh, I bet it's gorgeous where you live. And two and a half acres is a perfect size for a farmette. You can do so much in that amount of space--as it sounds like you're finding out. I look forward to hearing from you again. : )Hi Kat,LOL, I wish you could turn on the audio and hear you singing. Horses? Been there, done that. They're beautiful and all, and this is a great place to ride, but for various reasons it just didn't work out. Apparently I am not meant to be a Horsey Girl (which is what I kept being mistaken for when I first moved to Missouri. I have no idea why.)
January 2013 update: I know word verification is a big pain, but it's the only way I can stop the ridiculous number of anonymous spam comments I get every day. I don't want to require commenters to be registered Blogger or Open ID users because I know many of you aren't. Thanks so much for your understanding!Hi! Thanks for visiting Farmgirl Fare and taking the time to write. While I'm not always able to reply to every comment, I receive and enjoy reading them all.Your feedback is greatly appreciated, and I especially love hearing about your experiences with my recipes. Comments on older posts are always welcome!Please note that I moderate comments, so if I'm away from the computer it may be a while before yours is published.I try my best to answer all questions, though sometimes it takes me a few days. And sometimes, I'm sorry to say, they fall through the cracks, and for that I sincerely apologize.If you're waiting for a reply to your comment and have a Blogger profile (it's free to create one) you can click on the SUBSCRIBE BY EMAIL link that will show up below and receive all follow up comments to just this specific post via email.I look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy your e-visits to our farm!