Thursday, February 18, 2010

Thursday Farm Photo: A Nice Day


With a pretty view

Sunshine
Temps in the 40s
A colorful new vintage quilt (for just $20)
Wooly sheep in the background
Golden afternoon light
Chipping away at the giant laundry mountain

A homemade chocolate cake

More vintage:
1/3/09: Feeding My Addictions (and Pasta w/ Olive Oil, Garlic, & Parsley)
4/22/09: Every Day Is Earth Day—and I'm Eco-Chic (Who Knew?)
6/22/09: Vintage Laundry Line (more quilts)
7/26/09: Going Vintage Green
8/2/09: A Beacon in the Light
8/17/09: A Peek Inside My Potting Cabinet

More laundry line:
12/1/05: Warm Wash, Cool Dry
1/2/06: Winter Color
4/17/06: Monday Washday (and a Lamb Report)
1/12/08: Winter Wash and Dry (and the R-rated Version)
5/6/09: The Lamb and the Laundry Line (a look back at Baby Cary)
6/22/09: Vintage Laundry Line
8/2/09: A Beacon in the Light

More pretty views:
Farm Landscape Photos Part 1
Farm Landscape Photos Part 2
Farm Landscape Photos Part 3
Farm Landscape Photos Part 4
Farm Landscape Photos Part 5
Farm Landscape Photos Part 6

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15 comments:

  1. You tease us with the mention of chocolate cake! Does look like a very nice day in your kingdom and well deserved!

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  2. What a great day...and I lOVE the quilt..I want one for a 20 too..just awesome! Come say hi :D

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  3. Wow - great score on the beautiful 9-patch quilt. I have ten or twelve old quilts and use them all over the house - draped over the stair rail, on the beds, over the back of the couch, folded and stacked on a shelf. Love them and you got a good one. Here in California, you never see quilts like that for under $150.

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  4. Looks beautiful! er, delicious...uh, never mind. I'w with Linda Sue, give with the chocolate cake recipe.

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  5. Great buy! I hung out my sheets and a quilt yesterday! I was so happy to see the lines full on a beautiful sunny day! I plan on filling them again today!! :)

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  6. Aw, I'm glad you're enjoying this shortest month. But after the February we've had here in Washington, DC, it's not nearly short enough for me! Now, about that chocolate cake...

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  7. What a gorgeous quilt and what a steal -$20!! WooHoo! What a lucky find!

    Now...about that chocolte cake recipe... my plate and fork is ready!

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  8. I love the quilts on the line. There's nothing better than crawling into bed at night and smelling that wonderful fragrance of FRESH AIR from bedcovers that have been hanging outdoors!

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  9. I love your quilt, it's gorgeous!
    I was working on the laundry mountain at my house as well. It was hard to stay inside on such a great day. My dog and I took a short drive and snapped some photos of some old homesteads in Central MO.

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  10. Beautiful, nostalgic picture. I can smell the freshness of that quilt!

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  11. I used to hate the month of February due to 6 years of horrible things happening to our family in February. Finally a niece was born in February and stopped all of the bad - in started the good. I now enjoy February. I love your view of February (and wish I knew where to get a pretty vintage quilt for $20.00!).

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  12. I was going to ask if you'd made the quilt - wow! It's lovely.

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  13. What a beautiful quilt-I would love to learn to make my own someday. And I would definitely hang them on the line in the sunshine-love that fresh air smell :)

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