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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
- 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
- Life on a Colorado Farm
Tag Archives: coyotes
Since we had a really bad problem with coyotes a year or so ago, we talked to a Government Trapper (yes, there really is such a person). Remember the information below is FROM THE GOVERNMENT TRAPPER, I am NOT an … Continue reading
Coyotes and Cows…. here is what I know — and I am very…. I STRESS VERY … reluctant to post this as I’m sure that I will get hate mail, since I have had it happen before. (Years ago when I first … Continue reading
Another winter storm is heading into us by 8 O’clock tonight. The cows spent all day eating yesterday, until sometime after mid-night, stocking up on food encase the weather is too nasty to get out an graze. Also, the coyotes were extremely … Continue reading
I tried to get the Sand hill Cranes in flight but no such luck. Anyway, for those of you who enjoy these delightful creatures I give you the following: A crane just landing….I hope you can see it They … Continue reading
Two golden-eyed coyotes, just sitting on the sagebrush hill watching our every move. Boomer thought they were heading our way, but they just walked out of the brush and sat down. “W—-what do they want, Fuzzy?” “I-I’m not sure. I … Continue reading
Boomer and I decided to go up to the cow pasture, without Mom. Well, Mom was around — she was over on the sagebrush hill looking for something that nature framed for the Sunday Stills assignment. The snow is gone … Continue reading
It’s been cold here! Very cold! We got down to -7* one night. It’s been so cold that when you go outside, well, heck…your nostrils sticks together. Now that’s a hard thing to do when you have a DOG Nose!!! … Continue reading
Nothing new here…still cold; and I do mean C.O.L.D. Mom has put a heat lamp in the chicken house (red, because if you don’t put red in the chickens will peck on each other…Chickens are NOT very smart! Mom says … Continue reading
Mom said we had a first…well, first time for her anyway. Sissy Coyote came calling! This is how it happened: The night was beautiful, a clear, full bright moon hung in the sky just above the cottonwood tree. The light … Continue reading
Boomer and I were down on the equipment hill, the other night. We were scouting around looking for anything of interest. Dad goes out around mid-night to change water so we like to go with him. It was a moon-lite … Continue reading
Our personal cows have started having their babies. We raise Angus cattle, which are always black. The cows are Angus and the Bull is Angus. Our second baby of the spring arrived in fine condition. The Mom headed into … Continue reading
This time of year we start to get ready for water. Water on our farm is transported through culverts, ditches, underground transport pipes, and gated pipe. These same pieces of transportation for water are also really good homes for critters: … Continue reading
Lots of animals walk along the ditch bank…. ….coyotes, dogs, birds of all sorts, our cats, and (sometime feral cats), sometimes the cows get out and raccoons.