Sunday, January 11, 2009

Snow Covered Farm

It occurred to me with my last post that the farm looks somewhat temperate. Those pictures were taken in November. This is what it looks like now:

Main Garden, looking down.

View from garden up to house, note the terraces

Seasonal spicket. The snow pole is 4' tall.

I love my barn.

Pullet is out on a "sunning bench".

Last year's berries at the top of the terrace. Garden is ahead and below view.

The main garden as seen from the street. That's a rock wall that marks the property.

View of the house from the street. Garden is to the left, out of frame.

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.

A bench and a birdhouse. Nice place to sit... in the summer.

4 comments:

sylvia said...

Great pictures, daun. You have a very beautiful property. Have you been there for a summer yet? Stone walls are a favorite of mine! Tweedle dee and tweedle dumb!!! LOL!!! Thanks for updating. Do you track who visits your blog? If you do....my cheeks are now blushing! LOL!

Mama2Arden said...

Hi Daun...

Thought you might like this site. I used to follow this because of Mouse the percheron (well before I even thought of one as a horse for me) BUT it has long become a blog about off grid living.

http://www.highlandclover.com/frameindex.html

Andrea said...

Man this makes me not want to wait until I have a place of my own!! Which won't be for like, oh I dunno, 10 years....

sylvia said...

after reading your most recent post, i now realize you have not been at your new house for a summer. oops! i can't wait to see pictures of your landscape and garden this spring and summer!