I am the kindling peep. The older I get the more I appreciate how easy
it is to build a fire when you have a good base of kindling. If you are
new to the farm, we heat our home exclusively with woodstove heat.
Yes, we live in the desert southwest but it does get cold at nights.
Last week we were in the 20s F at night.
My Bible Study from November. I like to print the book that
I am studying and so I can make notes right on the paper instead
of my Bibles-which are pretty marked up as I might, slightly, use
them all the time.
Views to the mountains in the East. I love how at differing seasons
and different times of the day how my view of the mountains changes.
The new flock as they rush out in the morning. We do
have this flock closed in each night and for good reason.
We have had a mountain lion in the area and what better
meal than chickidoodles? Well the fences, the dogs, and Bill
are also part of the plan to protect our critters, but I do like
to close them in each night. I can count the chickies and
check and make sure all are doing well.
During my blog break a former police officer from our community was
killed in a vehicle accident while on duty with his new department. This has
been an emotional year for our officers.
Another side note, our community won the on line contest for the canine dog
and the dog will be in honor of Clint Corvinus the officer that was killed in
September as Clint wanted to start a canine program with the city.
Thanks for visiting the farm!