Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Wednesday Farm Photo: The Space Between

The Space Between


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4 comments:

  1. I enjoy your pictures, especially the animals interacting with the other species and the cowboy with the forearms. My husband has amazing forearms too--25 years of stroking them has given me a fine appreciation for the arms of others.

    Ree, Pioneer Woman, takes super forearm pictures too. Her husband has a marvelous set himself.

    Thanks for sharing your life with others; I so love it.

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  2. Congrats on your P.Allen Smith "Great Garden Blog" Award - very cool!

    Shawna Coronado

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  3. We made your Cranberry Christmas Scones and they were delicious, emphasis on the word "were" -- they disappeared quickly! College Kid was home for the holidays and made some homemade cranberry-orange jam to go with them - yum!

    Best wishes to all for a happy, healthy New Year!

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