Saturday, January 30, 2010

Saturday Farm Photo: Snowed In!


Nobody Comes In, Nobody Goes Out (Well, Except for Us Going to Do Chores)

I love our little front yard gate:
6/16/05: The Front Yard Gate
7/7/05: Robin at the Front Yard Gate
3/1/09: Snow! (Again!)

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10 comments:

  1. It's nice to know that we are not the only ones who look forward to date night at home :)......We love that we love our home, as you do yours. Blessings~ Liz

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  2. We're snowed in, too! I love it. Don't have to go anywhere... just played with the dogs and checked on the neighbors. Made homemade bread. Life is good!

    Susan

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  3. We were snowed in too. Hubby took the kids sledding behind the go kart but we couldn't go anywhere else. But I love it! So pretty outside!!!

    I love seeing all of your cute animals!

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  4. I don't suppose you have a hot tub too? Cause there is nothing as romantic as sipping champagne under a full moon while soaking in a hot tub. Just be sure to bring boots and heavy bathrobes or you'll freeze. Just saying.

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  5. This is such a pretty photo (I love your gate too.) We haven't really had much snow this year so far. (Very odd winter so far.) I'd kind of like a snow day/night :).

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  6. I wondered how you were doing. I'm not exactly sure where you are in MO but I'm pretty sure you are South of I-44. I'm about 25 minutes North of the Lake of the Ozarks. We got about 2 inches of snow here. Glad to see your post and know your okay!

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  7. Same thing here in south KS... we were snowed in by Friday night, and more than happy to stay home for pizza and beer night! ;) I love your lil gate too.

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  8. So I have been coming here for a while now and enjoying your blog. I too live the crazy country life and can relate to many of your posts. I just wanted to tell you that you have inspired me to start a blog of my own. I figured if I enjoyed reading your blog about you crazy country life I may as well blog about mine.

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  9. Every winter is different, isn't it? We haven't been snowed in yet - the plowman was pretty eager to start earning a little money, so he got here pronto! Peaceful scenes on your beautiful farm, sigh. Enjoy that champagne!

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  10. Oh snow.. when are you going to melt? Ain'tcha sick of it? ugh!

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