Monthly Archives: January 2011

View over the stone basin

One of the many wonderful and unique places on our land, this is a view over the stone basin area. It would make an awesome natural amphitheater or a secluded place to think.

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Enter the Llamas!

Meet our newest family members: llamas! Boomer: 10-year-old gelding, and the father of Rocky and Snickers Shalimar: 10-year-old female, and the mother of Rocky Rocky: 6-year-old gelding Snickers: 3-year-old female The price was right: free! And they haltered, led, loaded, … Continue reading

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What do you do when you just don’t know what to do?

Lately my life has felt a lot like swimming. Back when I was a kid and didn’t know how to swim properly, it was fun to splash around in the pool and play games like Marco/Polo or diving for rocks, … Continue reading

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Jinx

I believe that if we didn’t have down times, low times, or sad times, then we couldn’t fully appreciate the up times, the high times or the joyous times we encounter. Today was a reminder of that. Tye had gone … Continue reading

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Just when you are least eggs-pecting it…

I have been waiting patiently for the girls to start laying. I was even starting to doubt if they ever would…and then in comes Tye with first one, then two more precious, lovely eggs! We shall treasure these, cooked over … Continue reading

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