Monday, April 24, 2017

Monday Farm Photos: Happy Monday.






Wishing you a week filled with little pockets of peace. (And for the rest of the time, there's always this.)

More (15-year-old!) Lucky Buddy Bear? Here and here.
More farm landscape photos? Here and here.
More of the wet weather creek here and here (which we're thrilled is already running for the second time this month, and even more thrilled that it isn't as high as it was on this day six years ago).

2 comments:

  1. How lovely! I'll never forget that year it was so crazy high that I think you tied a rope between yourself and the nearest tree! It was crazy high and I was sure you were going to be swept away. It sure looks pretty here. Buddy Bear is 15??? How did that happen? Aren't we still 12? What a dear boy. Bless his sweet heart. Thanks for the peek at your spring! Is that the new barn in the distance of the first shot? It looks terrific! Love you kid. Take good care of the gang and Lucky BB and Joe. Great to hear from you!

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  2. I wandered my way over here from your old gardening blog which I really enjoy. I'm looking forward to browsing this blog and trying out some new recipes!

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