Friday, July 8

Daily Farm Photo: 7/8/05

I'm Still Amazed That This Is My Backyard


  1. This is where I chime in ME TOO!

  2. Hi farmgirl,

    My little acre is small but there is sure nothing like having some open space. It is also a lot of work, but I think it is worth it. Keep cool, great pictures,


  3. I finally have my wcb5 photos up before anyone else :)

  4. Amy & Clare: But if I showed you the ugly stuff, you definitely would stop coming to my blog! :)

    Clare p.s. re WCB5: That's because it's still Friday everywhere else! :)

    Hi Jet: After living with this much open space (and miles from any neighbors), I doubt if I could ever survive on a tiny city lot again.

    You're definitely right about the "lot of work" part; Joe always says that if we only had 10 acres, they would look absolutely perfect!

  5. That just takes my bread away.

  6. Nic,
    You'll be okay. You can just live on those scrumptious looking biscuits you've been tempting us with on bakingsheet! :)

  7. Yes
    but I managed to get it up on time for here for once :) *grin*

  8. Aaaargh - the envy is killing me, what an expanse of beautiful scenery...

  9. This picture has left me, well speechless.


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