Wednesday, October 14

Wednesday Farm Photo: Color Coordinated for Fall

That Mother Nature Sure Has Some Style

A year of farm photos ago:
10/2/08: Gossip Central
10/5/08: Little Beagle, Large Backyard
10/7/08: Hey Good Lookin'

Two years ago:
10/7/07: Itchy Donkey
10/11/07: Living by the Light
10/16/07: A Beautiful Autumn Scene

Three years ago:
10/6/06: Baby Cary is Five Months Old Today!
10/14/06: Freshly Picked Fall Color
10/15/06: This Kohlrabi is Very, Very Safe

Four (!) years ago:
10/14/05: Dan and His New Charges
10/15/05: Dan's Opinion of His New Charges
10/15/05: Uncle Dan

And out of the kitchen came:
Less Fuss, More Flavor Quick & Easy Gazpacho
Gardener's Delight Simple Homemade Tomato Juice Recipe
Fiesta Cottage Cheese Veggie Dip (and Factory Tours)
Whole Grain Cottage Cheese Bread Recipe
Fresh Tomato and Basil Whole Wheat Sourdough Bread
Chocolate Babycakes (Made from My Emergency Chocolate Cake Recipe)

© Copyright 2009, the delicately blooming foodie farm blog where this really is the perfect time of the year to go for walks in the woods (as opposed to in July)—and there sure were a lot of Donkey Doodle Dandy photos posted during previous Octobers! (Dan is doing great by the way, and already starting to fluff up for winter.)


  1. Ferdinand was the name of a childhood friend in Germany - Ferdi for short? But... Frodo came to mind for me!

  2. I hope your neck & back are feeling better. But I had an idea in case they aren't. What if you got a desk you could stand at & had a monitor placed so it didn't hurt your neck? I know, not a cheap solution (and probably not available at any local farm auctions) but I hate to think you can't share your cooking and gardening skill because of a stupid chunk of wood in the stupid chicken coop. It's not fair, I tells ya.


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