Monday, June 13

Monday Dose of Cute: It's Filling Up

Bear on the bales - Farmgirl Fare
Though it doesn't seem like 445 bales—but it feels like 445 bales.

The Daily Donkey 126: Hey, Who Put this Creek Here?

©, where the chickens and dogs like to play in the hay, and apparently beagle pup Bert loves the way his little bark echoes big when he's standing way up on top of the stack. Yesterday he let it rip and scared Joe half to death.


  1. Did Bert snicker like that cartoon dog Muttley!

  2. Wow! That's an amazing lot of bales! Just wanted you to know that you're in our blogroll for our first "official" farm blog. You'll find us at:
    (I'm keeping My Southern Heart as well) ;-)

    Hope you're having a great week!

  3. 445 bales of hay seems like A LOT of hay to me, but probably not enough if you need it thru the winter months. Best wishes on doubling the hay count.

    I hope you get blackberries for your birthday - you definitely deserve a blackberry pie (even if you have to make your own!)

    Love the dogs & the sheep (and always the donkeys!) - thanks again for sharing them with us!


  4. BEEAAARR!!! That's right, buddy. You guard that hay vigilantly; it's a precious commodity.

    P.S. to Susan: Kudos to you and Joe. Y'all are my heroes.


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