CHICKENZ! :)We got to watch our new neighbor chasing chickens with a fish net the other night. That was interesting!
I can't tell you how much I love this blog. I'm a Midwestern girl trapped in a busy, hectic, obnoxious East Coast job. Every afternoon I check in to have a few moments of peace and quiet. Your photos are wonderful as is the writing. Thanks (and you're photography is getting more and more accomplished!)
Hooray! More chickens! Brrrrk-brkbrkbrkbrk! By the way--what kind/breed of chix are the black-and-white-speckled ones? They look so stunning. And the photos of chickens walking in the snow--how sweet. Your Rhode Island Red is a pretty girl, too. She looks like my Myrtle Mae, Poultry Queen of the Back Yard.
Excellent Blog!Having lived a rural life since born, I appreciate your out-look on not taking for granted the wonders of a natural life.Keep up the great work!Blessings to You,OM
I absolutely love your blog. Your descriptions of life with gardens, animals, bugs, heat, humidity and OMG snakes!warm my heart everytime I visit. Thank you for inviting me into your farm life.
Hi there! I think my DH picked enough blueberries the other night to make your Blueberry Breakfast Bars - Yum. I enjoy your blog immensly - especially the antics of Cary and her friends the chickens. I wondered if I might put a link to your blog on mine? From one farmgirl to another - Tina
Another Carey picture. Yey! I love her cheekiness. You must just want to pick her up and hug her all day long for being so cute. I know I do and I'm 1000's of miles away. Have a wonderful day on the farm.
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Another photo that would be perfect for postcards, stationary, prints, a coffeetable book, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.
I grew up in rural Minnesota and love reading about your experiences. I am curious how you keep control of your sheep because they seem to roam free, or is that an illusion...?!
your blog is great- the pics are amazing. the turtle pics are by far my favorite It looks like you are getting some great exposure.
oh! So sweet!! I love this one...
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