Wow! Look what I noticed this morning in our neighbor’s front yard! Those little black birds are crows! I wish I had of thought to video instead of taking photos but look: Grandpa thinks it might have been a bald … Continue reading
You got it Kailyn! You identified and photographed the evasive and unique bird scuttling across our backyard! It’s a Ring-necked Pheasant just like the one on your school notebook! Here is a bit more info about that beautiful creature: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Ring-necked_Pheasant/lifehistory
We got a bit of snow last night. It was mesmerizing! So peaceful and quiet while beautiful, large snowflakes fell! Here are the garden beds. The garlic and shallot bulbs are tucked away. The girls don’t seem to mind. Their … Continue reading
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Forecasts called for some snow today but instead we had lots of icy rain. Happy that we were all able to stay home! I walked around the garden and was amazed at all the beautiful icicles! The pines trees are … Continue reading
We know it is really just “flurries” and not the real thing, but we had fun, didn’t we? The chickens were happy munching on Halloween pumpkins as we played in the first hints of winter. Life is good!
Look! Grandpa finished relocating the chicken coop! He also designed and built their new run. Lots more space for the hens to scratch and eat bugs and no more bumping our heads when we go in to clean and change … Continue reading
We love Italian Parsley. Your mom and dad are not fans but we are. And so are the chickens! I preserved a couple of parsley rolls today and threw the “extras” for the chickens to enjoy. https://awaytogarden.com/how-to-freeze-parsley-chives-and-other-herbs/ Beautiful!
October brought west coast family visits to the east coast. Lots of good and sweet moments. Granny brought some of papa’s ashes and she spread a bit around the new apple tree while we nourished our spirits with lots of … Continue reading
So grateful for your help pulling the corn and sunflower stalks this past weekend. We have set aside the corn stalks to dry out for your fall decorations and the sunflowers and zinnias are drying as well so we can … Continue reading
Mother Nature provides many gifts in spite of her challenges. Sending strength and goodwill to everyone affected by the recent hurricanes. We had a thunderstorm here in Maryland last week. The corn we planted was nearly sideways. I tried to … Continue reading