Sunday, August 16, 2015

A Week of Homestead Photos August 9nd - 15th





It has been another busy week here at our little homestead with the oldest country kid finishing up projects for the county fair. The critters are just as nuts as ever and projects keep finding their way on my to do list. I can feel summer starting to wind down and while it is a little sad, I look forward to the crisp air and colors of fall soon. So what made me smile around the homestead this week?



Heidi the Homestead Hound and her new stuffed chicken toy.
Making homemade bacon, yum!!!!

Taking Tiny for a ride in the truck on his way to his new home.

Watching Tiny stand tall to a crazy, scary looking rooster at his new home. That is a lot of confidence in a very small bird!

Making homemade Butterfinger bars, Yum!


My polydactyl putty tat, Anna. 


The oldest country kid knocking it out of the park with his diorama at the fair!!!

14 comments:

  1. I hope your rooster is ok, usually new birds go into quarantine and are introduced slowly. Looking forward to fall but not going back to work! I got back in 2 days, kids in another week. Ah well....

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    1. He is doing great. One of the other chicks we hatched this spring also went to the same place is and thriving!

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  2. I just love seeing farm pictures. Congrats on the first place ribbon! It's so great to be rewarded for working extra hard.

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    1. The oldest country kid was delighted. He did work hard.

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  3. That homemade bacon looks soo yummy! Stopping by from the Monday hop, come say hi.

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  4. I completely and total only clicked on your post because of the amazing picture of bacon. :)

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  5. [ Smiles ] I love the photo of Heidi and her new stuffed-chicken toy!

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    1. Awww thanks. She is took cute with it... takes it everywhere since she got it.

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  6. Wow. Looks like you've had a crazy, busy, and overall fun week. Hope the next one is a good one too.
    Blessings,

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