Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Wednesday Dose of Cute: A Peaceful Scene (and The Whole Picture)

A peaceful scene in the sheep pasture - FarmgirlFare.com

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A peaceful scene in the sheep pasture, with donkeys - FarmgirlFare.com

More of the Whole Picture series? Here.
More sheep? Here.
More Daisy? Here.
More donkeys? Here.
More farm landscapes? Here.

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11 comments:

  1. Wow!! That is unbelievable!!! I still say you live in a magazine!!!!

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  2. I'm just so glad to see that green green grass for you all.

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  3. Ditto on the green grass! Our grass in the PNW is nearly all green again. Thanks to the power of rain.

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  4. Awwww, donkeys! How can you resist giving them more treats? And I am so happy to see your pastures getting green again.

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  5. I had your blog on my "favorites" list on my old computer. I'm so happy to have rediscovered you! :) I just love everything about your blog. I hope to get sheep on my own property someday soon. So glad to see that you are still around.

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  6. It took just a moment to find Daisy among the sheep.

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  7. SO MANY DONKEY NOSES TO CUDDLE WHERE DO I START?

    Glad to see grass in the view :)

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  8. love. love. love.
    I love seeing the doggie out there.
    XO

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  9. so happy 'bout the green on the ground...it'll be white soon enough

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  10. You were MISSED! SO glad you're back and hopefully feeling better.

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