Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 11/22/06


Baby, It's Cold Outside

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8 comments:

  1. Little Cary has the most expressive ears! It always makes me smile to visit here and see a new photo of her.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Farmgirl.

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  2. It is always good to look at things from a sheepish point of view. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  3. Happy 1st Thanksgiving Cary!
    Hope everyone on the farm has a nice holiday!

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  4. Is Cary looking at a crop circle? ;-)

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  5. "Maaaaaaaaa! How am I supposed to eat this stuff with all the frost on it?"

    Indeed, Cary's ears are just as expressive as a dog's or cat's. And folks say sheep don't have any personality. Bah!

    Happy Thanksgiving, FarmGirl! I am thankful that you choose to blog the small-farmer's life...thank you for sharing your world with us.

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  6. If she had AC in the summer, she should have heat in the winter, oh the humanity!

    (I got an email from Cary today and she wanted me to post thee previous statement)

    Happy Thanksgiving to all on the Farm!

    Now let's go eat!!!

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  7. I love your website! I just read your ten tips on making bread and it was great. Thanks for the help - I'm making homemade bread for tomorrow's Thanksgiving feast.

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving from the west coast of Canada to Cary and all the crew on the farm!

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