I have collected so many beautiful photos of our place that I want to keep them all in one place.
Feel free to browse around the farm in all weathers and times of day.
Sauteed tomatoes with onions, garlic and fresh basil. Too bad it's not scratch & sniff!
All weeded and mulched. The place cleans up nice!
Momma duck with babies. I "herded" them out of the yarn and down towards the pond because I didn't want the dogs to get frisky with them. Very cute!
See all the little white stuff? That's HAIL! Yikes!
Hmmmm. Not weeded >--- Weeded.
Clematis about to pop
I don't know what these are, but I love 'em.
Is this the most elegant iris or what?
Spring is on the way.
Skitz - natural camo!
This was supposed to be a really bad snowstorm per the Farmer's Almanac. oops!
What an outstanding morning sky that was. I couldn't get the sun and the moon in the same pic.
A teeny sliver of smokey moon in the morning sky.
A hazy summer morning
Fresh raspberries - yummm!
Our Stuck Tractor
I just want to say that neither I nor Henry drove the tractor into the bog!
Nice how that rear wheel is blocked by the fence post, eh? I was thinking maybe we just pull out the fence post and back the tractor out.
quite a conundrum.
The brown dinner!
Front moving in
Not sure of the date on this. Just a winter sunrise that I thought was beautiful!
Another beautiful winter sunrise.
Futile attempt to clear the ring of LOTS of snow!
This isn't really a winter photo - but you can use it to warm up from the winter pics!
So Callas apparently slides into the fence!
Fence blown to bits. Note top rail somehow survives.
Even the posts got blitzed!
Doesn't this look yummy? Wild salmon with broccoli.
This is "don't ride your horse over the lawn when it's still squishy".
Haven't posted much lately. Here's some more!
The full moon. So beautiful and mysterious
Sunrise - early November
I love our morning views!
Actually, not all of these are August. I have been a little remiss in cataloging my photos! So they are really summer 09
Chestnut Grove - looking towards the mountains
We have had several stunning sunrises in December. It's only 12/9 and lookee!
12/6 First Snow
12/6 First Snow
Crazy late tomatoes!
Orange Echinacea - beautiful!
Sultry summer morning
The view to the north
This is a German Tomato - looks like fire!
A fabulous yellow petunia.
Beautiful and smells heavenly!
and a perfect pink rose.
The daylilies are out.
Visit from a friend. Our pal Roger came in with his big rig for a visit. Wish I had gotten video of him maneuvering his truck around our somewhat limited turn radius. Whatta pro!
A quiet morning
The horses coming in for breakfast.
Peonies just ready to burst.
Just to stay cheerful through the dark and gloomy winter! These are oriental poppies, Bartzella peonies and wild geranium. The Bartzella is from Swenson gardens.