Saturday, November 01, 2008

Saturday Farm Photo: Winged Heart?


Another Heart Rock Found in the Creekbed

© Copyright 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where earlier this week we had a couple of extremely frosty 20-degree mornings, but today it was sunny and in the 70s. We went from pulling out the quilts, piling on the polarfleece (I love that stuff), and stoking the woodstove day and night to contemplating shorts and opening all the windows. Some of the sheep have runny noses from the drastic temperature changes, and half-frozen plants are perking up and wondering if there is indeed life beyond October. The only things not totally discombobulated by the crazy weather are the rocks.

9 comments:

  1. I love the photo. What a great heart rock...it is almost perfect shaped.

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  2. Going to be another warm day hear as well. I could never see a heart rock in all the rocks.

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  3. That is awesome...I don't think I have ever seen a rock shaped so clearly as a heart. Hope your having a great weekend.

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  4. Some of us suspect that you secretly have a sculptor making all these incredible heart rocks. I've never found one myself.
    But perhaps I'm not looking.
    xx

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  5. I truly enjoy hearing about the animals. I read the recipes and wish. That is about as far as it gets. Thanks just the same for the entertaining site.

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  6. Much of the unique charm of your pictures/observations has to do with really looking at where you are rather than becoming accustomed to it. Winged hearts, lovelorn sheep, misty hay filds - you remain in love with your life and it shows!

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  7. This is great! It must be a sign. :) I hope you saved the rock!

    Michelle

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  8. Those hay filds are quite rare - usually only written about when one is NOT wearing one's trifocals! Sorry - even a country gal in Texas knows you have hay fields.

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