Monday, July 30, 2012

Farm Days

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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14 comments:

Joan said...

So cheery when it is rainy and wintery here in NZ. I do love your jersey cow...and so happy she has a happy life in your petit paradis!

Ms. A said...

That isn't Clover, is it? If it is, she sure has grown!

Love the shovel and flowers and the chicken is quite striking. The snake... hmmmm, not so much. I can't tell a good one, from a bad one!

Victoria said...

Beautiful photos!

Brian Miller said...

moo...haha...

saw a snake yesterday as well...is that pears? we were pulling some from our tree yesterday as well....

Jean Baardsen said...

Lovely photos! I see Willa has her name on her collar. Cute!

Kath said...

So much beauty, including the snake. Indigo?

Vicki Lane said...

That is indeed Clover -- getting to be quite a big girl now.

I set the shovel down and when I went to move it a few days later, the morning glory vine had grown through the handle and on up the lattice.

Those are Kieffer pears, Brian, and the snake is a harmless blacksnake.

NCmountainwoman said...

I love farm days, especially when I can enjoy it without doing any of the work. Clover is beautiful!

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

I can't get enough of those views of the distant mountains with fog rising from the valleys. Your blacksnake looks like he might be a racer.

Darla said...

Wonderful walk around the farm... thanks!

Vicki Lane said...

You're right, Jim. I had a look online -- what I commonly call a blacksnake is, in fact, a racer.
Kath, my online source showed indigos farther south and not in the mountains.

Deanna said...

Clover has most definitely grown into a big girl.

That snake looks like it has possibly been in the chicken house.

Your farm is much greener than our patch of brown here in Missouri.

Terri Buster said...

Ah Vicki- I envy you that mountain view, but you can keep the snake!! :)

Carol Murdock said...

Vicki...you and your snakes! Whew!