Friday, June 3, 2016

FIVE ON FRIDAY from the lil' FARM

Linking up today with FIVE on FRIDAY to share a few random pics of my lil' ole' farm life.
Here's to the farm life ya'll.

I welcome 6 new baby Bantam (we call Baneys) chicks on May 30, 2016!  



I watched ole' Large (I named 3 of them Small, Medium and Large) play "kick the can" with a plastic bucket for about 15 minutes or so before tiring of it.


I was elated when a roll of hay that got away from me ended up FINALLY stopping on a section of barbed wire fencing.  Otherwise it would've went all the way down in the creek. Shew~

I watched as a single deer checked on the progress of the grapevines as I done the morning dishes.

And most off all, throughout the week, I stayed happy despite having to put up with a lot of.....

I hope you enjoyed my week all wrapped up in pics! And thanks much to Amy over at FIVE on FRIDAY for hosting the linkup!

See ya'll next time,
~Lisa

8 comments:

  1. Glad your week is moving along despite having to put up with a lot of, "stuff"!

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  2. A lovely post that brightened my day, made me smile.

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  3. Ha! your last post of the photo and boot made me laugh out so loudly, brilliant. hope you have a great week end x

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  4. Nice to see the farm life! Lots going on at this time of the year I bet. Some friends of ours have some chickens and pigs. Unfortunately the chickens seem to be disappearing. They think it might be a fox or something else.

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  5. Lovely to hear from you and to see what you have been up to. I was driving one day and one of those great big round hay bales came off a trailer and rolled towards my car and nearly squashed me and my car, fortunately it turned off the road right in front of me and missed me, so I know what you mean about being glad it stopped! Thank you for your support of Five On Friday, I so appreciate it!!! Have a great weekend! xx

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  6. What fun to see your wildlife up to all sorts of tricks! :-)

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  7. Loved the little mini-farm tour. My grandparents had a farm and left me lots of fond memories. The softest thing in the world is the throat of a calf. Just run your hand down from his chin to his chest and you're at peace with the world.

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