Category Archive: Home on the Range

Real Women Love Plywood

We have spent the last four weekends on our ceiling renovation, and it is finally finished! My husband not being one to rest on his laurels, no sooner had we finished putting the… Continue reading

The Video’s Here!

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

Setting Up for a Video

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

Paperwork and Photographs

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

Cozy Week

I love the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.  Years ago, I read an article in Southern Living magazine, about a family that set aside this week just to read, and I… Continue reading

Turtle Time

Blue Norther

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 the Rain

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

Why I Always Watch Where I Am Going

(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

One More Thing in the Garden

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