Friday, August 25, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 8/25/06


Snugglebunny's Twin Girl Hiding In The Summer Sun

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Some Of The Most Cheerful Wildflowers

7 comments:

  1. Hi Susan! I did a post about making your tomato pie on my blog - and I was hoping you would post a permalink? I kinda cheated, but the recipe still came out good. What a great idea. I love your stories and pictures!
    Check out the post at www.aliceqfoodie.blogspot.com. Cheers!

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  2. Long-time reader, first time poster, yadda yadda yadda.

    I just wanted to say that I adore your daily farm photos and despite the hardships of farming life, I envy you and all the wonderful things you get to see and experience!

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  3. Aren't digital cameras awesome? I love the depth of field in this photo. Absolutely beautiful...

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  4. I'm having such troubles with my own blog. I haven't been able to post to it since last week. Boo hoo...

    But, I can visit Farmgirl and life is back to "normal." As normal as life in Wonderland.

    Thanks for the dreams. Nite, nite, as I tell Skye Bird-dee

    Nana Texas in Hot, hot, hot & dry Texas

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  5. I enjoy your farm photos. I'm a city girl and a spinner/knitter/wanna-be weaver. What do you do with your sheeps' fleece? Are you a handspinner? What breed are they? My 4 1/2 pound Yorkie is the only livestock I have.

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  6. Kate/Massachusetts8/26/2006 9:31 AM

    I have really enjoyed your blog...just found it recently and now check it daily! I have been roaming around it as time permits and just discovered your beer bread. I am going to make a batch today! I have started collecting recipes for soda/quick breads. I would like to share on that I found which is really delicious...thought you might like it/it is traditional Irish brown bread. Here's the link: http://breadnet.net/irish-brown.html

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  7. hey! it's my baby! glad she's having a good romp in the field...

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