Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 11/23/05


Out in the open, it's easy to forget just how big some of our trees are.

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  1. That's cause they are HUGE!!!! :)

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  2. I like the new header, the sheep are so cute.

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  3. lovey 'little' piece of land you got there!!

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  4. Is that an elm? We have one lone enormous elm in an isolated field outside town, that was bypassed by the Dutch Elm disease. It's majestic and looks a little lonely.......

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  5. Now that is a winter sky.

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  6. i can feel the cold air..... very cool pic.

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  7. I'll be traveling tomorrow and may not get the chance to wish you and yours a happy holiday, so I'm doing it a day early.

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  8. what perfect Thankgiving weather. Just makes me wnat to wrap myself up in a blanket.
    Eat well and be safe!

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  9. Hi Clare,
    I know. Some of these trees are huge. When I remember to pay attention to them, I am in awe.

    Hi Boo,
    Thanks! I think Liselotte did a wonderful job with the banner. I just love it.

    Hi Wendy,
    : )

    Hi Kat,
    It's actually a sycamore tree in the llama pen. We have a couple more across the driveway in the pen where Uncle Dan and his wethers are. Unfortunatley one of them is dying. (One of the trees, not the wethers.) It's heartbreaking. And a little scary. That's a lot of timber when it's horizontal instead of vertical!

    Hi Amy,
    The sky seems to change about every three minutes here. It's incredible.

    Hi Mav,
    Great to hear from you! Been missing you.

    Hi Pablo,
    Thanks so much. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

    Hi Vanessa,
    Blankets are very, very popular with me. And quilts. And polarfleece. And thick woolly socks. Good riddance heat & humidity. It's the Cozy Season!

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