Thursday, January 29, 2009

Thursday Farm Photo: Lone But Not Alone


Enjoying a Little Quiet Time

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10 comments:

  1. Peaceful is just what I thought of when I saw this pic. Gack on the constantly freezing pipes :-( Electricity is a good thing - I'd rather lose the outgoing pipes than the incoming if one direction has to go.

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  2. Eek. Lone sheep always make me nervous. If they're not with the flock, I automatically assume something is wrong with them. So I stand there watching until the loner starts walking and I can see there's nothing grievously wrong with it.

    Yes, this is how I spend my days. It's an exciting life I lead.

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  3. Beautiful in it's simplicity. Thank you.

    Great way to start my morning! Cup of coffee and your blog.

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  4. Burrrrr...Looks really cold. :-)

    Love the blog!

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  5. Hi Everybody,
    So glad you enjoyed the photo - it's one of my new favorites.


    Kristin,
    I hear your fear, but not to worry this time - there were 27 sheep and a donkey just to the right of the picture. : )

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  6. i adore your blog and the fabulous pictures! i am vicariously living on a farm through them. launched my own blog last week and would love for you to pop in some time!

    cheers,

    *heather*
    http://squirrelbread.wordpress.com

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  7. I have been thinking of you and Farm Man this week. You usually have the same weather as us, only I am on the southern end of the weather that is moving east. Glad you had electricity...

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  8. I have no concept of this weather. It has been 76 degrees here in Texas this week. I do so love your blog. SusieAlene

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