My friend has released his “camping in the 1800s” video that he shot here at the farm. I’m not impressed with my acting abilities, but mercifully I’m only in it for a minute. … Continue reading
One of my Texas Master Naturalist friends had asked me several months back if he could camp on our property sometime. I said sure, and somehow it morphed into him bringing a friend,… Continue reading
January is the time of year when I want to be outside working if the weather is nice, and inside quilting or weaving if it isn’t. But instead I seem to spend the… Continue reading
I was in the Hill Country this morning when a cold front blew in. The clouds looks like waves in the ocean as they rolled through in less than 20 minutes.
After a night and morning of rain, I took the sheep out for a walk this afternoon. The longer I looked, the more I noticed, and the more questions I had. (You can… Continue reading
(Herpetologically-challenged people beware – there are snake photos further along.) Over the weekend we went to our place in the Hill Country with friends. I remembered my camera, but left its rechargeable battery… Continue reading
This is another good thing that turned up in the garden. You may know that I have a small flock – three sheep and a goat, all of which were given to me. … Continue reading
On hot summer days, I love to go down to the creek and see what turns up.
Distractions abound…. So many pictures to take, so many things to research….