Today she chose a very unconventional coat–a chicken suit. But there wasn’t any convincing her otherwise.
Daddy said it’s all good, it goes well with our tarp “barn”.
We love our local parks. And with winter mud and hail, we had the place to ourselves! This is the dam at Post Falls on the Spokane River across the water from Q’emelin Park
So what about you? Are you a fair weather park goer? Or do you venture out into the elements? I met one of my dearest friends out at the park on a chilly, late fall day. I’m glad I didn’t stay home.
Captain Obvious had a chicken farming mishap the other day. He somehow got in the coop but couldn’t get out. I wondered what was taking him so long. I don’t know how long he stood like this before I looked out the kitchen window! “Oops, what’s he doing looking all forlorn?”
Dad to the rescue! And next time, take a shovel. 🙂
well, at least he got the eggs
Smile Captain you survived…
I finally did it. I’ve upgraded from my trusty point and shoot to a DSLR. I chose Canon mostly because I’m already familiar with many of the settings but I was open to anything for the right price. I’m looking forward to learning with my Canon Rebel XS and sharing more photos with you. This should be fun!
Here’s a random question to celebrate!
Is there a picture that you remember from your childhood that sticks out in your mind? Why? Tell me about it.
I wrote a post and in it I mentioned one of the funniest pictures our family has here.
As many of you know, when nicer weather hits I take every opportunity to be outside. That might mean you’ll be “seeing” less of me here.
But I thought I’d share one of my recent crazy projects.
Our property was logged before we bought it and the only spot with decent trees is in one steep corner, farthest from the house. In that corner are a variety of decent trees, as well as tons of saplings. Everything is far too packed. So, I’ve decided, while the ground is soft, to try and relocate some of those trees.
Here’s a Fir I planted in the backyard. Taz loves to help with projects.