Tuesday, April 1, 2014

No April Fool Here...











9 comments:

Ms. A said...

The weather sure looked beautiful for these photos!

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Your barnyard animals are waiting for spring to come also. Your weather sure looks like spring has arrived -- barbara

Brian Miller said...

no fool at all...lovely pics...was gorgeous here yesterday and the rest of the week should be as well...

Lise said...

Looks like spring has sprung. Those chicks are adorable:)

Brenda said...

I was in Greensboro yesterday and it was 80 degrees. Snow on Sunday and 80 on Monday. Gotta love it! The spring scenes are extra wondrous though, after a winter that has felt endless.

Tammy said...

Love the photos, Vicki. Spring surely has sprung?? I'm planning to get new chicks (or chickens) later this Spring, but can't decide what kind. (I'm chickenless for the first time in 27 years!). Is that last photo of your farm? I hadn't seen that view before if it is--from your other photos it looked like your land spilled down hill from your house.

Tammy

Tammy said...

Love the photos, Vicki. Spring surely has sprung?? I'm planning to get new chicks (or chickens) later this Spring, but can't decide what kind. (I'm chickenless for the first time in 27 years!). Is that last photo of your farm? I hadn't seen that view before if it is--from your other photos it looked like your land spilled down hill from your house.

Tammy

Vicki Lane said...

Tammy, these pics are taken on the lower part of our farm -- the blue house is my son and daughter-in-law's. Our house is a quarter of a mile up the road.

Most of the chicks (the red ones) are destined for the freezer. The black ones are for eggs -- I think they're Dominiques but am not sure. John bought them at Tractor Supply.

I want some more Ameracuanas for the blue/green eggs -- our remaining one have quit laying after quite a few years.

Frances said...

Vicki, I love seeing your April views...I've actually got some dethawed Central Park views over at my place.

(Admit to a bit of a gulp when I read about the freezer bound chicks. Guess that my city-ness reading.)

xo