This is a page I hope to fill up with photos I have taken and love 🙂

The sky over our yard 3/28/12

Our front trees.

The flowers on the front tree.

Chase

Baxter

Chase looking over the fence at me.

Chase and Baxter

 

 

54 Comments on “Photos

  1. I can tell Chase is a cuddlebug and a clown? And Baxter is ever the prim and proper older dog?

  2. Amazing photos, but I love the dogs :D. They are my weakness.
    Chase looks so happy in the last photo, adorable.

  3. Beautiful scenes & Chase ! I look forward to having a good look around your wonderful blog. It is very refreshing and aesthetic, thank you. Celine

    • I am so happy you like it. I have worked hard to learn this site. I hope you can continue to enjoy stopping by. Blessings to you 🙂

  4. I love Baxter too, of course, and think he (he?) is beautiful also. Sorry, in my rush to comment before, I didn’t notice Baxter with his back to me – no really it was my powers of observation – or lack thereof. 🙂

    • Its ok he is a cutie, but sometimes blends in being all black. Thanks for coming by and looking, I apperciate it 🙂

  5. Hey! Thanks for the comment on my page! Hope you start to see some produce from your garden soon! Your dogs are beautiful! Take care!

  6. Chase is so cute 🙂 he looks like he might be a bit of a rascal! Hope your dream of owning a farm comes true one day, that would truly be amazing!

    • We usually get them out by 8ish. If we wait too long they can smush their eggs as they walk around in the laying area and use the same laying boxes. I hope the foxes stay away too as well as the snakes.

  7. Wow, I love your site. It is so beautiful! It reminds me a lot of here in Central California. I have a very close friend whose 11 year old daughter has to be gluten free, and now is also diabetic. She does really well, and has even started playing soccer in school now. Have a great Memorial Day.

    • I would love to see central CA… I have heard it is very nice. It’s so great about your friends daughter adjusting so well. I made a ton of gluten free things for this weekend and will post the dinners. I know some gluten free people don’t use potatoes, but I seem to be ok with them. Thanks for coming by 🙂

      • Well you will have to make a trip here. It is worth it. We are about 40 minutes from the Sequoia National Forest – the big trees. People come here from around the world. I’ll forward your dinners. 🙂

    • Glad you enjoyed the photos 🙂 We will keep working on the farm dream. We have a start with the chickens 😉

  8. Love your blog. The animals, especially baxter, have captured my heart. We shoud touch base more often. I too am Christian. Looking to hang out with more chrishtian artist.

    Thanks for sharing.

    • I am so happy you stopped by and I look forward to connecting with you also. I am so glad you liked photos of the animals. Baxter has one of those faces that “get” you 😉 So glad you enjoyed my blog 🙂

  9. Chase … on his back, tongue hanging out, smiling … if that doesn’t speak volumes I don’t know what does! Great pics! Your flowering trees are gorgeous!

    • Thank you.. we have worked very hard for it all. I am so happy you liked the photos 🙂

  10. I’ve really enjoyed looking through your photos – I know it’s wrong to have favourites but Chase looks like a cutie!! I also love chickens so they made me smile 🙂

    • I knwo what you mean I try not to have favorites either, but Chase will turn you that way he is a sweet active and engaging pup 🙂 I am happy my chickens made you smile… they were so funny checking out what is left of the snow from December. I will have to post more photos 🙂

    • Thank you I am happy you enjoyed them 🙂 I need to add some more one of these days when I have a spare moment 😉

    • Thank you so glad you came by. I liked that rope too. I found it at Opp Sail festival with a lot of old large ships. It was really neat 🙂

    • Thanks. The pups and chickens are buddies (most f the time 😉 ). I think my pups faces made me have to adopt them an they try to get their way with them a lot 😉 Hope you are doing well 🙂

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