Sunday, June 19, 2016

Around the Farm

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Life has been a little busy. Just the general summer fun of flowers, veggies, and everything else in between.

So, I thought I would give you a little photo update of what's going on around the farm.


I spied our first blossoms on the beans. So excited!


Today's "freshly picked" was strawberries, peas, and cabbage.

We planted a few cosmos in the garden. Thought the bee's would like them.


Queen of the Farm is not a fan of the heat, so we see a lot of this pose.


These two. If they see me, they come running. Hoping for treats, of course.


Hummingbirds are back. Never get tired of watching them.

Have a great week!

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19 comments:

  1. Yay for flowers on the beans! I am jealous of the peas. We never get our garden started early enough to give them a fair chance. Our strawberries were dismal this year, but we are getting a good crop of blackberries. I hope you had a great weekend!

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    1. So exciting that you already have blackberries! We won't see those for at least another month. Enjoy them!

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  2. Absolutely love those freshly picked berries and beans...awesome, Kris. Queen of the Farm looks so adorable!

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    1. Thanks Angie :) She knows she is adorable too!

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  3. Everything looks healthy and gourgous - I love seeing these pictures! 😍

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    1. Thanks, Jess! We are sure enjoying seeing everything grow!

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  4. I want to come live on your farm!!!! What a wonderful life. Your chickens got so big and I love that they come running to you. But I'm so envious of your daily fresh picked veggies! So awesome Kris...keep the updates coming! :)

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    1. I really need to try and get a video of them running to me. It's so funny!

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  5. Oh, I love the hummingbird! I never tire of watching them either. I'll go outside to water and get lost watching the hummingbird battles. They are magical. Your strawberries look so good, I'm still anxiously awaiting mine. I've got lots of little berries that just need to ripen though! I love your chickens, I can't wait until the hubby I foray into that!! :-)

    Have a great week Kris!

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    1. I am excited for your strawberries too! I wonder what your dogs will think of adding chickens to the family??

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  6. Beautiful photos! Everything looks so peaceful... can I stop by for a visit sometime? Love the fresh strawberries and beans. Hope you ended up making something delicious with them!

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    1. Anytime!! Ventured into Strawberry butter this week, that was exciting!

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  7. we're having equal amounts of good luck and bad luck with our garden--some things are thriving and some have been devastated by DEER and squash vine borers. looks like you're gonna have a great year!

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    1. UGH! We had those squash bugs a couple years back. I've never had so much damage in on year. Hope you can get the deer to leave you alone!

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  8. What beautiful pictures, my friend. Those strawberries look oh-so-tasty! And that hummingbird...what a little beauty.

    Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

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  9. Wonderful post. Looks like that garden is doing great. There is nothing better than fresh produce. Loving the look of the Queen on the Farm. Wow such a neat shot of the hummingbird.

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    1. Thanks. After such a rocky start to the garden, we are happy things are doing as well as they are.

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  10. I always enjoy seeing the farm. :-)
    Carla

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