Friday, December 08, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 12/8/06


Everything's Pretty Much Still Frozen

A year of Daily Photos ago:
Another Same Scene, New View
Plus:
Powdered Sugar Sheep
And:
First Snow!

12 comments:

  1. Your pine-sicle is purty.

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  2. What a beautiful shot. I hope you're keeping warm!

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  3. I really like your blog. I have been reading it for months now but have never posted a comment! It gives me a great deal of pleasure to read, and I love the farm photos. You are living my fantasy life! Thank you for sharing. - Kathy Williams, Berea, KY

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  4. so pretty!!

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  5. How utterly beautiful. Thank you for sharing all your lovely little gems with us.

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  6. Beautiful! I get cold just looking at this picture. I am here in Memphis and wonder about your weather, especially since we are having pretty cold nights here. But, man, nothing like ya'll. Bundle up!!!

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  7. That is one frozen tree... such a lovely shot. Stay warm!

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  8. That is such a beautiful photo, Susan.
    Meant to comment yesterday on dear Cary...seems like yesterday she was such a wee one. I love the "frilly" ears on her personal bodyguard. Do you suppose the ear fringe on those dogs increases their keen senses?
    We are cold on Cape Cod this morning, too, with a slight dusting of snow. Pretty.

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  9. Such a pretty picture. You have really got "the eye". We are cold (for the beach area) but not nearly as cold as you guys. We had a fire going last night and it was warm. The sheepies look content with the cold. Thank goodness they have the very best wool coats money can buy!

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  10. Even after over a year of visiting your blog I still love to come by and see what you have new to show off from your little spot on the map... (remember waving?? LOL)

    Hope you are keeping pleasantly warm!

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  11. Beautiful..cold...but beautiful.

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