Come over for a visit with me and my peeps down on the farm
oooooo....aaahhhhh.....how pretty!!(but then I don't have to deal with it!)The weather dude says we may get some snow down to 1500 feet on Monday, which would put it about half way down our mountain...we dont get it but once every few years...last time we had three inches here at the cottage was in '89.The guinea hens singing is quite a hoot! The camera is taking great pics!!
I like your new camera too:)) Beautiful pictures!
The sics are truly beautiful. I so wish it looked that way here. I have had no snow for over a year. what is it about the snow? makes me giddy and crazy at the same time. Those poor chicks, I bet they hate the snow, there poor feet. I use to feel so sorry for my chicks when it snowed, no picking and eatingof the bugs and such. I wanted to see a pic of the red tree lit up at night. I bet it was prettier than you think.
Pretty pictures. We had flurries here in south Texas on Friday which is a rarity. Love the chickens and guineas.Blessings,Lorilee
I love all the pictures, it really is like a winter wonderland! That kind of weather will put you in the holiday spirit!
Beautiful pictures! I was giggling looking at your 'critter' pics... the captions are priceless too :) -Tammy
Oh, I'm loving the snow and the dogs are thinking it's fantastic! We've had about six inches and a couple more expected tonight.Community supper was called off tonight but we went to a cousin's funeral this afternoon; Baby Ruth was 84 and so called because her Mama was Big Ruth.Doncha just LOVE the south?!
Oh, I love these pictures. Your camera is doing wonderful!!!!! How are you? Been a while since we have talked. Sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and looks like you are all ready for Christmas. Love the skirt and the tree. Just beautiful!!!!!!Well just had to say hi. Love the rooster!!!!!!Blessings, Linda
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