Saturday, January 07, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 1/7/06


The Boys In Dan's 'Hood

11 comments:

  1. I really love your photos and have added you to my links of favorite blogs. Thanks for sharing your great farm pictures

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  2. Hi Urban Agrarian,
    Thanks so much. Links to Farmgirl Fare are always greatly appreciated. As for sharing my farm photos, it is an absolute pleasure for me. Creating this blog was one of the best things I ever did. Besides everything else enjoyable about it, it got me (and keeps me) out there taking pictures! : )

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  3. Hi Susah,
    I've been thinking about you a lot and hoping you are doing ok. I just wanted to thank you again for sharing that trick of opening a new version of blogger (when it mangles your post), then publishing that version and xing out of the mangled version. It saved me again last night when an entire section of a post just completely disappeared. (Bless their pointed little blogspot heads over at Blogger.) The farm photos are looking great with the new camera.
    xoxo

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  4. You should call them Dan's B'aaaahd Boys. Great picture!

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  5. cool as ever I will go for Dan Baaahd Boys

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  6. The sheep are so cute :-) Thanks for sharing .

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  7. OOoo, looks like he start of a rumble... :)

    I luv the sheeps.

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  8. If you made a sweater from their wool, would it be golden too?

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  9. Where IS the Doodlebug Dan? Miss D sends him a hee-haw!

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