Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Firewood Security

Mr. Midnight on firewood watch duty - FarmgirlFare.com
You don't want to mess with Mr. Midnight.

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© FarmgirlFare.com, where it's been too freaky warm for January. A week in the 60s during the (usual) height of firewood burning season just feels wrong—but our freshly shorn sheep don't mind a bit. (And I haven't forgotten about those shearing day pics. Soon!)

5 comments:

  1. yep - strangely warm - I can hear the little peeper frogs in woods around us this morning!

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  2. Crazy warm. It's 5"C where I am in Canada and the little bit of snow is melting. Again. Very strange.
    Still need the firewood though - it's damp instead of bitter cold.

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  3. Guarding it from the pesky mouses.

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  4. So cute! Your firewood is safe for sure.
    Super warm here in Minnesota, too. It's weird!
    x Katherine

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  5. It seems that it's been a freak-ishly warm winter in a lot of places this year. It's hard not to wonder what that means for this summer and water issues????

    Love Mr. Midnight - too cute!

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