Sunday, April 25, 2010

Sunday Morning Farm Check

I took my camera along with me as I did my chores this morning...

Here is the new fence we put up around the garden. It is split cedar with wire behind it to keep out the little critters who like to peck, scratch and take dirt baths in my lettuce beds.
Our newest little chicks were out exploring their domain.

The yellow zucchini already have blooms on them:-)

Can you see the tiny little baby peach? I am soooo excited about my new peach tree!

The bees are buzzing about just as busy as ever.
Shhhhh... this is Pricilla our Mommy-to-be. It shouldn't be long now.

Lilly is enjoying her breakfast of fresh Spring grass.

Ms. Julietta wants to lay her egg with the big girl's.
Brutus is standing guard. "You haven't seen that hawk this morning have you?"

As I start to walk back to the house I notice Mama and her babes enjoying the warm sunshine. Can you see how the little black one has it's leg and wing all stretched out?

Hope your morning was just as adorable~Rhonda

17 comments:

Vee said...

Great to see that life on the farm is going well! Love the new header and all the pictures you posted this morning. Great new fence, too. As you know, I had wondered how that was going to turn out!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Life on the farm looks wonderful! Love the new header. Especially the picture of your son with the straw....
Hugs,
Penny

myletterstoemily said...

what a lovely visit to the farm. your little
peach looks like a bird's egg.

the fence is beautiful, almost didn;t see
the chicken wire.

thank you.

Christy said...

You have so much going on there! It is all beautiful.

Liane said...

Felt as though I was puttering around your farm with you! Looks like everything is in order - plantings, bees, chickens, oh my!
Thanks for showing us around....
Love,
Liane

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

Oh, Rhonda, it looks like it was a beautiful morning! I love especially the shot of the chicks in the morning sunshine. I'm so envious of your squash, already bloomin'!!! Loved this post!
*Ü*
Joni

The Beneficial Bee said...

My morning was pretty adorable, but not quite that adorable! Love the pictures! Jess

Faith said...

Very nice blog...love those chicken pictures...maybe someday for me...and a bunny too..

Meggie said...

Nothing like the arrival of new baby critters to know that it's spring time. Happy Mother's Day, Rhonda!

{The Classy Woman} said...

I just found you by accident while typing in farmhousestyle while looking for design inspiration. :)

I love animals and think all of your pets and farm animals are so precious! I love all of their names too. The chicks, the puddle ducks, Miss Honey, how much fun you must have on your farm!

Warmly,
Karla

Amy said...

Oh I so enjoyed your morning chores! I, too, have a Lily chicken. She's a Serama. She feathered out white, and I was so excited...wanting a solid white Serama...then the beiges and tans came into the mix. She's just a sweetie and I love her to death.

Carrie said...

I just found your blog! I was looking at the pictures and kept thinking, it looks like Georgia. Well, it IS Georgia! Hi! Another GA blogger. :) It was nice to find you. I've added you (I think) to my blog list. Where are you at in GA?

Chambray Blue said...

Just finding your blog... awesome! I'd do a mornings worth of chores to have a dozen of those yummy rolls (pic) on your blog header... :) be blessed, bobbi

Dena said...

Hi Rhonda,

Just stopping by to see you. I hope that all is well with you.

Hugs,
Dena

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