The correct term is “Farm Pond”. That’s 20 acre feet of water (about 300x400x20feet deep) used on a farm! It looks like we’re digging to China and surrounding it with the Great Wall! Despite the drought going on five years, it still took the County almost 2 years to grant our permits. Then we had …
Yea… Country livin’ at it’s best. If you look closely…
I just had to share this sweet little photo of “Stomper”. Don’t let that sweet demeanor fool you. She’s a beagle beast and tears around the yard, chasing every mole, vole, field mouse and gopher she can. She has also taken down three baby squirrels who didn’t know better and kept wandering into her lair. …
Farmer was busy with his chain saw and hedge trimmer, pruning some huge grass plants. He’d made quick work of one as tall as him when suddenly he spied something that sent him squealing back on his heels!
Mrs. Fraidey Mouse family.
Got a lick & chase.
Small tail hanging from tightly-closed mouth.
I was distracted and irritated. BUSY.
Struggling with the fruitless task of forcing a long desk to fit into the mud room at the foot of the stairs leading up to my studio. Frustrated and tired, I glanced outside to the fields beyond. There lay sleeping a not-so-little fawn right outside the backdoor.
Sophie thought perhaps I was hiding something interesting under there somewhere but…. It seemed just a little out of the ordinary. However… Never underestimate the curious nature of a beagle.
Sophie will always follow her nose without hesitation!
A very long time ago, in a land far far away,
Linda, a beautiful blond city girl who cares too much about fashion
and really doesn’t know what she’s getting into,
marries a lucky cattle rancher,
who doesn’t know either.
Some years later, as the lucky rancher leaves to check the cows one morning, he says to his wife as she is slowly rendering lard from a pig’s head…
A walk at sunset, through the gate and down to the vineyard.