Wednesday, January 13, 2010

WINTER SCENES FROM AROUND THE FARM














6 comments:

Michelle said...

Oh, my. That is a LOT of snow -- and a WIDE load in the bottom photo!

Karen Valley said...

That is Leda aka "Fattie". She is a doe we purchased from an old photo who came to us obese. What were you feeding her I asked the ex-owner of this dried off doe. "Goat grain mix and alfalfa hay." So Leda went on a heavy duty diet to rework her rumen but we cannot bring her stretched out sides back into place. She is now pregnant and due sometime in March. We hope for a happy outcome for her and then she'll be retired to a good home where she can graze and just be a pet.

Cindy Jackson Jones said...

Hello Karen....I just became a blogger and saw your beautiful winter scenes. I am not a fan of snow throughout the winter season, but occasionally would be nice! Being from Georgia, snow is rare. In fact, it was about 67 degrees today ... sunny and warm; in fact, too warm for January. By 8:30, we had thunderstorms, hail, and tornado warnings.

WIN said...

憂能傷身,保重哦! ....................................................

Karen Valley said...

I lived for a year in Valdosta, GA and must admit I spent most of the time on the air conditioning vents in our house reading books. I like it below 72 degrees although I do love the springs in the south with all the flowering shrubs and trees.

Momza said...

Beautiful lovely pictures of your world!
God must love you so much to give your life a fairytale setting!
Lovely!!