Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Daily Farm Photo 5/23/06: Oh Green Grass!


Martha and her twins in the front field

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6 comments:

  1. I can only daydream of places like this, completely peaceful and undisturbed. Thank you for your time and efforts in sharing your farm life with us. It's only been a month or so since I've found your website and and it's become one of the highlights of my days. I absolutely love all your animals and I know they have a wonderful life with you.

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  2. WOW!!! I wish I had that in my backyard. Every morning, I would fill my thermos with coffee, pick up a good book to read, a sketch book and pencil, a camera and head to the hills. Well, that is what I would do AFTER I fed the sheep and tended the gardens...if there was any time left.

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  3. What a picture. I am in Los Angeles and I miss all the seasons you show us. I lived in middle Tennessee for 7 years, and Missouri is similar in looks. Those hills and trees, and the grey look you get in the Winter. Beautiful.Have a good day.

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  4. I can't imagine a day without checking out your website. I love the photos, the stories, everything. Your food site is good too and I've tried some of your recipes. THANKS!

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  5. Yay Martha! I quess that's where she likes to stick her nose in...
    Such beautiful scenery.

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