Saturday, June 20

Saturday Dose of Cute: Local News

So I Did (Because Who Can Resist a Sign Like That?)

But She Was a Little Camera Shy

Want to see more photos taken while out and about?:
Piggy in Pink
I Wanna Be in Pigtures!
Goat Chowder (Not a Recipe)
Slow Traffic Ahead
Building up the Soil Organically—and Beautifully
Country Billboard
Super Market
Golden Fruits of Labor
Gobble Gobble

© Copyright 2009, the horsin' around foodie farm blog where it's signs like these that remind us of just how much we love living way out in the country—and of course this impromptu stop at a total stranger's farm came complete with several amusing stories and an invitation to come back for a visit any time.


  1. How sweet. I hope you get back there soon.

  2. I love it that you stopped at a complete stranger's farm and that they posted the sign in the first place. So wonderful. A cute foal tool.

  3. Susan,I really enjoyed the post and reading about both Chowder and Daisy! I read the Grit article too.
    I've been thinking about getting a GP to help guard around here with the cattle. We haven't had a bad problem but have seen several over the past year and we talk about getting a yard guard dog.Thanks for the post!

  4. Oh congratulations! We had a baby shetland/something else cross filly born here about a month ago, a bright chestnut like yours, and she's so much fun! Hope you have a wonderful time with her. Got a name yet?

  5. Sweet, cute baby!

    I'm from a small town. The stranger's sign sounds like something I would see in my hometown. I love that.

  6. What a great posting! Maybe you can stop by again and get some other pictures of the 'baby girl'.

    That must have been so much fun!!

  7. How neat. Great that they were so proud of her they wanted everyone to see.



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