Sunday, March 27, 2011

Just to say "Hi!" ( picture heavy)

This is the view I get to look at once we get our upstairs done in our house. The goats get to look at it all day long.


This is the view from the other side of our house. The cattle get to look at THIS all day long.


Tipper says,"Hi!"


She wanted everyone to know that she looks good in anything she eats.


Mudd says,"Whatever."


Luke didn't want to be left out either, so he says "Hi" also!


What I don't like that wants to say "Hi" is these flies!


Whenever it gets warmer out, they are on ANY surface that is a little warm.
Now these I'm not happy about. But, once it gets a lot warmer, they go away. I can't wait.

So there you go. Just a little jaunt around the farm.

So until next time,

Small Farm Girl, HI!

15 comments:

Razzberry Corner said...

Hi to you, too!!!

Grandpa said...

Hi everyone!

That view, I suppose it'll change to colorful come spring?

The Wife of a Dairyman said...

Great views your critters have! Tipper looks like a sweetheart!

small farm girl said...

Thanks Razz!

Grandpa..That view is beautiful when it greens up.

Wife of a Dairyman...she is a sweetheart expecially when you have something for her to eat. lol

Kelle said...

Hello right back at ya!

Love the views, I wish we had more open views, we used to before we let my folks build a house here*sigh* That may change( long, long story) soon.

Love your goats, we've been looking for a fresh goat, but no luck, so...... guess we won't have milk for another year. I do buy a 1/2 gallon of organic milk from time to time, but gheez... it's spendy, especially when we're used to free( okay it's not free, it cost us, trust me) milk anytime we want it *wink*

We have box elder bugs in the Spring thicker than your flies, they don't really hurt anything, but they are a nuisance.

Blessings,
Kelle

Melissa E said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures! What wonderful views and Luke seems like he is quite the goofball!

small farm girl said...

Kelle, look on Craigslist. Around here, people are wanting to give away goats that are about to HAVE kids. They just don't want more goats! That would be an easier way of getting a goat! lol

Melissa, Luke IS a goofball!!!!

Feral Female said...

Howdy yourself! Ah the flies. We get those and ladybugs that cover, and I mean, cover our house whenever it warms up slightly.

The Apple Pie Gal said...

I could stare at those all day long! Lovely views...minus the flies of course! ;)

Cat said...

Tipper likes the same fashion accessories as my llamas...

Cat

Ruta said...

Great photos! I love the views and Tipper sure looks cute!
Have a great day :)

Kelle said...

SFG,
Not the case here in MT, on Craigslist their are WTB dairy goat ads and when someone does advertise a fresh nanny with a kids the asking price is anywhere from $175 to $225.
I think we've decided we're going give up the search and just go another year without milk. *sigh*

Blessings,
Kelle

~Tonia said...

Great Pictures!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wowza! I've never seen that many flies in one space before. Yikes!
We won't see any flies around here until late July and August and they only stick around for a few weeks.
We also don't tend to see any mosquitos...well, because we don't get any rain until July and August. lol!

Your views, and the animal's views are beautiful!
And Tipper is adorable!

~Lisa

Ora said...

Hi...well I enjoyed my "farm tour"...being a city girl, it amazes me when I visit folks who farm or who live way out in the country...and like I say...it is a great place to visit...but I wouldn't wanna live there LOLOL...aren't we all so different??? and good luck with the job hunting from home...maybe something on the computer...?? and thanks for dropping by my blog..it made me feel wonderful!!! hugs from Ora in Lexington