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Down on the Farm

Well, it's an exciting day for me. After learning how to "blog" on my cross-country trip with Julie in August, and thanks to Julie's boyfriend Dave and his computer talents, I now have my own website and blog! So here goes. Hope you all enjoy!

It is one of those glorious fall days at Thirsty Boots and I just couldnt' help take my camera out to try and catch some of the morning sunlight and sights of the farm.

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A nippy start to the day.

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First frost.

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With a little help from a beaver, two trees (red leaves in the water) that have fallen into the pond.

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Regal Lady

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Goofy Tucker....clean for once.

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Jay Blue continues to try to get into the cottge, her first home with Grandmother.

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One of the girls.

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Oreo and friends

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Sweetie, the barn cat, says "Good morning."

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We're putting a pergola on the guest cottage to support Auntie Kay's wisteria (grown from seeds from a 70 year old plant).

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View of the setting sun on the trees through our new French doors.

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Outside view of terrace.

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Our gargoyle.

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Setting sun on tree tops.

Comments (1)

Chrissy Cinella:

Great job! All the photos look very professional. I may need to get a copy to frame. I hope to visit very soon!!

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