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I live on a farm in Colorado, the western side of Colorado, called Delta.
I write about our everyday life here on our farm. I also share Adventure Stories from my two dogs Fuzzy and Boomer.
Life is Good here in Colorado! Hope you enjoy your visit. Ya'all come on back now, ya hear!
Blogs I Follow
- Brat Like Me
- The Daily Cure
- a french garden
- The Letter J, The Number 9
- Words and Herbs
- Promenade Plantings
- My Perfect Weather
- Backstreets and Alleys
- Capturing memories in the form of photographs
- My Little Corner of Rhode Island
- Agrigirl's Blog
- Sunday Stills
- Senior Moments
- Just Another Day On The Prairie
Monthly Archives: May 2009
Summer is almost here!
Last Thursday my daughters rescued two female goats; these poor things were so starved every bone showed and they are stunted in their growth. So now we have two goats. The Darlings! I contacted Peggy http://hiddenhavenhomestead.blogspot.com/ and asked her a ton … Continue reading
Kelly, our son-in-law was asked, by the graduating seniors, to be their Commencement speaker. What a neat and fun honor for their Economics/Social Studies Teacher to have. Kelly (Mr. McCormick), … Continue reading
What a mixed blessing we are having. We are still experiencing lots of wind (this sure is an odd year for wind). And some pretty nice rain, which is good for our semi-arid region. The hay is ever so close … Continue reading
I guess it is safe to say that I like this bird. He is trying (TRYING) to calm himself down, but sometimes he forgets. Sigh. He was feeling extra frisky the other day, much to the hen’s dismay. Some just … Continue reading
In the winter the cows have the run of the whole farm, all the ditch banks, the shorn off crop fields, the fields we have not farmed in years because getting the irrigation water over to them is just too … Continue reading
Well, we didn’t go anywhere. The bean ground became ready so that was that. We took two little day-trips, one to the city to buy Gluten-free products, and one to the Uncompahgre Plateau (called 25 Mesa by the locals). And … Continue reading
But it isn’t pink, nor does it have a basket and the toys are still missing, but still….it is new! We are going away for a weekend holiday! We are leaving tomorrow for ….I don’t know, but someplace overnight. … Continue reading
It won’t be long now, maybe two weeks, maybe less. The hay is coming into its full glory. As soon as it starts to bloom it will be time to cut hay for the first time this season. Terry loves … Continue reading
On Saturday Linkin rode her bike over to Grammy and Grandpa’s. Deciding that she didn’t want to ride her bike, with her basket full of stuff animals way down the gravel/dirt lane, she parked the bike by the side of … Continue reading
And the lilacs are blooming! Plus everywhere I get to pick up plastic shopping bags! Even in the lilac bushes! The wind has been amazing this year, bringing with it dust, dirt, mud rain, and other people’s trash. As long … Continue reading
(This is a grain drill) Yesterday the new alfalfa field was planted, (Alfalfa seed) (With oats as a mother crop) marked out and water started on it. Talli came for supper Then until 10 pm we worked on making more … Continue reading
Blade is such a hardy little fellow. And so completely up for any challenge. He finished the soccer season And is now trying to learn how to set tubes, he can do the gated pipe as long as we are … Continue reading
And of course it always helps to have HELP in blowing out lots of candles.