Thursday, November 22

Farm Photo 11/22/07: Enjoying A Feast

Whitey & Her Chicks Back On July 30th

May you eat well today and every day of the year. Happy Thanksgiving.

A year of Farm Photos ago:
11/23/06: Thankful To Call This Place Home

Two years ago:
11/24/05: Year Round Thankfulness
11/24/05: Happy Thanksgiving To You

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  1. Oh my! Grown-up chickens! And that was back during the summer, too!

    Thanks for the chicken pic, FG. Brk-brk-brrrrk! Happy Thanksgiving to you, Joe, DDD, Whitey, and the rest of the farm residents, two-and four-legged.

  2. Happy Thanksgiving! I'm baking bread and wishing someone else (hint hint) was doing it.

  3. Wow those chicks have certainly grown and are looking very well.
    Sara from farmingfriends

  4. Happy Thanksgiving! I bet those guys are relieved you eat Turkey this time of year!

  5. Hey there! Just wanted you to know I tried your Savory Scones recipe out tonight and they were a huge hit (and so easy to make, too!)

    Thanks for doing what you do!

    Guess I am officially delurking, huh?

  6. Happy Thanksgiving, Farmgirl Susan, Joe, Mum, and all my favorite critters :)

  7. Happy Thanksgiving Susan! T.

  8. Farmgirl, I love your blog (I live at countryside too) and I whish you a lovely thanksgiving!!!! Gloria

  9. Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving! I know my little corner of the world did. My granddaughter ate BACON!!!! She is not into adult food. We were thankful for everything...


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