Good morning farmgirl! Bear looks like he's saying "come on mom!!' He's got such a cute face! What a great way to start your day. I'd like to make your farm house bread, is the recipe somewhere on the blog? Have a great day!!
Gasp!! Oh wow FG, it looks like a painting. This is the first time I have ever felt sorry for Bear!
I can almost smell the rich humus from the parties Autumn has hosted in years gone by. (deep sigh) Also smells like contentment. Enjoy your walks Susan.
lol; i think its breathtaking!!
I'm very thankful to be able to see in color. I could be a dog! The look on LBB's face is great: "C'mon, lady, what's the holdup?"
Hi Farmgirl,Those colors would have stopped me in my tracks! All we have is yellow and gold here. No purples, reds, etc...I love that photo of Bear. That's the classic, "Come on, let's get going!" look. There's nothing like wandering the woods with a good dog. Brings out the inner adverturer in me.Pax. Kimberly
WOW! I can't believe you did what we did... we left San Francisco 4 years ago and moved to a very small cottage on 12 acres in Eureka Springs, AR. Wow... I thought we were the only ones.
'Yeh, come on, why are you just walking in straight lines down the lane and not making the most of it by running around in multiple circles, back and forth, and in and out of bramble bushes ... for goodness sakes human beings I just give up!'... a quotation from my dogs diary .. I just walked 2 miles, she just did the same route and walked 8!
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