Friday, December 18, 2009

Just a Mix of Stuff

I'm still not done clipping Sultan, but here's what I have so far.
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And look at this - our first eggs from our chickens!
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We planted some fruit bushes and trees this fall. They came in three different shipments and the last ones just came last week. There are 3 honeyberries, 4 cherries, 6 apples, 4 pears, and 4 peaches. Now for some patience. . .
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We saw an odd sight the other day - seagulls in a field.
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The girls with the llama wool, carding and felting.

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Miah painting.
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An outing.

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7 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos, you are so going to enjoy spinning your Angora fibre:) Isn't it exciting when your chickens first lay their eggs, I remember when ours did, it was just the best...

    Have a lovely weekend,
    Warmly
    Linda

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  2. Thanks so much for taking time to visit and leave a comment during Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day. It's so nice to meet you. I've enjoyed looking at your photographs as well. I'd love for you to jump in on "Childhood: The Fine Print" if you're able. Hope you and yours have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. Wow, what a lot of fluff from one rabbit! The rabbits all look like they are wonderful pets, as well as fiber animals. What a blessing to have such a thoughtful husband :) .

    Your girls will surely grow up to be accomplished fiber artists, at this rate!

    Love,

    Marqueta

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  4. How fun! You are a woman of many talents!.

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  5. Hi there
    Beautiful fibre, happy first eggs and all those fruit trees - what joy to look forward to! So many lovely pictures. Have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Our chickens just started laying too! It is quite a funny time for us for them to be doing that, but we are ever so greatful! Love the alpaca wool..beautiful color.

    :)Lisa

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  7. That is amazing amounts of fluff from the Sultan! It looks so sweet and soft.

    And LOOK at your fruit trees!! That is amazing! What an orchard you are going to have in a year or two. :)

    Val

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