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CREATION WEEK — DAY 6 (The day when God finished creating)

Then God said, “Let the earth bring forth the living creature according to its kind:  cattle and creeping thing and beasts of the earth, each according to its kind”, and it was so.  And God made the beast of the … Continue reading

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COME YE THANKFUL

 Come, ye thankful people, come, raise the song of harvest home; All is safely gathered in, ere the winter storms begin. God our Maker doth provide for our wants to be supplied; Come to God’s own temple, come, raise the … Continue reading

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LIVELY FOAL

This baby is only 1.5 days old and already running around with the big horses. :} Smiles

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POST OF THE DAY — FROSTED TUMBLE WEED

By definition, a weed is a plant out of place. Does that still apply if the plant has been broken from its roots by the wind, tumbled across farmers’ fields, and finally covered with hoar frost? :}  Smiles

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PHOTO OF THE DAY — FENCELINES AND FROSTY TREES

Beauty in the strangest places — even in hoar frost on a barb wire fence.   (I detest barb wire because of what it can do to tangled horses, by the way.)  The old rail fence among the frosted trees steals … Continue reading

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ADDIE-TUDE

Sophia phoned to invite me over to see their 2-day-old baby goat.   YESS! That was March 5, 2009, and began a treasured, on-going camera shoot.     Note the sheep on the other side of the enclosure.   Already she has a following.  At … Continue reading

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ETC. (April 17)

It’s definitely Spring, and things keep happening.  Some of the items in this post apply to my previous topics.   I often like to update posts now and then, hoping that you will find the new additions.  But in case you might miss some of them, maybe … Continue reading

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