Get your rubber boots on because once we're out the back door, this is the walkway-
Look to your right, no, don't pet her she'll knock you over. That's Jenny our Newfie. She loves people, but she doesn't realize how large she is.
It takes awhile, but the clothes will dry. In this weather, about two days, as long as Jenny doesn't pull them off of the line.
That's part of my garden showing! Yea! I knew it was under there somewhere.
My son is only 14, but he has already invested in this fine machine for his mode of transportation when he gets his license.
Watch your step. The south side of the shop is in dire need of some clean up.
Let's head out to the cow pasture. That's Molly, she's about ready to drop her calf. She's the one milk cow that we have.That's the bull there.
We have mostly Red Angus cows. They all look so much alike, that I can't tell them apart.
Here are Cutie and Sweetie.And of course, my Sadie. She loves the camera. Close ups are all she ever lets me do. As I back up, she moves forward. Just pet her and she'll love you.
Let's head to the barn. Those chickens will move when you open the door.The ducks are just inside the door. They love the sunshine.
Over in that pen is Bear, my Angora buck.
You can give him a scratch under his chin. He's a good boy.
I think all of his does have gone outside to play in the snow.
Come look in this pen. This is my daughter's new bull calf. She named him Kevin.
Well that's a bit of our place. Oops, I forgot to take you over to the rabbit yard, we'll have to do that next time you come. Maybe we'll have green grass and a garden in then. Thanks for stopping by.
From Glory Farm