Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Farm Photo 12/5/07: Spy Sheep


Who Looks Like She's Still Half Asleep

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9 comments:

  1. Just found your blog and love the farm. Sounds like you had the guts to do something I always thought I did. I guess it takes two and oil makes our living so I have to stay with hubby. the country will always be my heart. We hope to retire eith there are arkansas and open a B&B with my son Rian that is a chef.nice to meet you.

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  2. OMG, you're a girl after my own heart. I am LOVING this blog. I'm on a similar journey myself but I haven't managed to give up my heels. =)

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  3. That's a great photo - spy sheep, eh? :)

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  4. Seriously... have you thought of making posters out of some of your photos? They are so pretty and nicely framed!

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  5. Hi Brenda,
    Welcome to the farm! Your B&B retirement plans sound great. In the meantime you can get a taste of country living by e-visiting our farm anytime--it's all of the fun and none of the work! ; )

    Hi Sustainablestyle,
    And a big welcome to you, too! As for the heels, I know just what you need--a nice pair of rubber boots. They're very liberating--and oh so stylish! ; )

    Hi Beverly,
    No, that's not Cary. That's a cute little black (now brown) lamb that was born last spring. But I promise (again!) that I'll share some Cary photos soon. She's doing just great and is as crazy as ever.

    Hi Pille,
    Everybody has a job around here--this sheep is a spy. ; ) They just love to peer through the slats in the fenceboards. Sometimes there'll be two or three all spying on me at once. . .

    Hi Lisa,
    Thanks so much for the compliment. Yes! I've thought about making posters of some of my farm photos available for sale, as well as greeting cards, etc. Now actually doing it is another thing. But it's definitely on the Really Want To Do List--maybe it'll finally happen in 2008! : )

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  6. Hi Susan,

    I just want to thank u for giving the white bread recipe.I have made it ample number of times and they taste each and every time better and better.Thank you for the wonderful recipe and excellent narration.Its really helpful.

    I just have one query.Whenever i shape the last loaf ,it doesnt rise as the first one.My first loaf rises to perfect but the second and third doesnt,although i keep them for 45 min.Do u have any suggestions? Would really appreciate for ur time.

    Thanks

    Rashmi

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  7. Um, that's Double Oh Sheep to you ;)

    So sneaky these sheep!

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  8. Okay, that is just TOO CUTE! Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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