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Wednesday, October 06 2010

While city folks may not have to sling dead 'possums out of their yard on Mondays, they also don't get to rise early on "Hump Day Wednesdays" to this . . .

The sun rises to capture the dew on the pumpkin. 

(Okay, the City Folk can have pumpkins too, but do they also have dew on the horse poop behind the pumpkin?  I'm just asking . . .)

View from the Front Porch:

View from the Back Porch:

There's no hum of traffic in the country.  This is the traffic I hear in the morning:

Sexy Senior Citizen gallops into the barn!


Before I can feed myself, there are animals to be fed:

My Second-In-Command climbs up high on the hay to oversee the operation.


After all the animals are fed it's time to walk the fence line with the dogs.


Our version of Brinks Home Security . . .

And the chores are done! Bring on the day!




Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 10:24 am   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Isn't it funny that we feed the animals before ourselves. I grew up a suburban girl, but I always, always had to feed/water/clean up after the hunting dogs before my eyes were hardly open. I'm teaching my kids the same thing about our animals. It seems counterintuitive to human survival, but everyone I know with animals does it the same way. On a side note: What! No pictures of Briar?! I might have to call the management. :)
Posted by CeeCee on 10/06/2010 - 03:12 PM
Hahahaha! Nope, Briar wasn't "The Chosen One" because Zena's pic came out so much better. Plus, Briar is a camera hog!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 10/07/2010 - 10:59 AM

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