Monday, February 8

Monday Farm Photos (and a Little Cute): Weathered Wood

We Have All Kinds

Want to see more?
Found Art and Farm Junk photos
Cat Cabin photos
Sylvester the Cat photos
Firewood photos

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  1. The cat....very cute! Come say hi :D

  2. Oh, I love the photos, and especially the one of the b/w cat! Looks like my Micky Mouse but with long fur.

    pboylecharley AT hotmail DOT com

  3. Your cats always look so well groomed. You can tell you love them.

  4. Love your Sylvester! Makes me want to reach out and gather him up.

    I enjoy your blog, have it linked on my blog. I'm in OK, you in MO -- we're neighbors!

    Keep up the good work!

  5. Chunks of steal, rocks, bones, and etc always seem so fitting some how attached to an old fence post. Why is it for some other reason we always feel the need to attach them? I guess we all have a little designer sense in us.

  6. I'll tell you right now, that I really admire people who live on a farm and have to go out in the cold weather to take care of the animals and everything else that has to be done. We had milk goats when we lived in Arizona so I got a taste of what it's like. Love your pictures.
    Have a wonderful day!

  7. Looks like a mule shoe. Did you used to have a mule? The snow is sooo beautiful. I mean YOUR snow is so beautiful from way out here in California where I don't have to slog through it. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Thank you dear for another wonderful post.

    But, brrrrrrr, it looks cooold.

    Some of the best blogs come from Missouri.

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

  9. OK, I'm not really a cat person, but that shot of Sylvester is priceless.

    So fluffy!

    Is he a mouser?

    Not that those two characteristics are related at all. That I know of. Whatever.


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