Monthly Archives: February 2017

Diversion tactics

Talley, 12 day old americauna chick The chicks are doing quite well. They are two weeks old today. We moved them into a bigger brooder thisView full post »

E is for Emma

Emma     Painting my way through the alphabet Emma is one of those goofy weimies you never forget. She was Holly’s dog through andView full post »

D is for Darby

Portrait of  Darby   Painting my way through the alphabet Darby and his brother Ozzie have been to Nature’s Pet Wilsonville a coupleView full post »

Growing like little weeds—six days old

Hillary, black australorp.   It’s Monday night and our five-day chick maternity leave is over. We’ve literally been able toView full post »

Come a little closer

Timber and the squirrel    On an average coffee morning out in the barn we can have hundreds of birds fly in and wander through theView full post »

Introducing the ladies

Gracie, a mystery bantam Breaking momentarily from our regularly scheduled programming. Karen and I have been reading and researchingView full post »

C is for Cooper

Cooper    Painting my way through the alphabet Cooper has played with me in front of the camera a couple of times. I really love thisView full post »

B is for Buddy

Buddy    Painting my way through the alphabet Buddy is one of the those dogs that will stay with me for a lifetime. He was a boy that lovedView full post »

A is for Autzen

Autzen    Painting my way through the alphabet—A Her muzzle is turning a bit snowy, but this girl still loves her tennis balls. This is oneView full post »

Portrait of Zippy

Zippy    It has rained so much here that even Oregon doesn’t know what to do with all of the rain. We have standing water everywhereView full post »

Local monsoon

The garden dove    Apparently we have entered some sort of monsoon season. It’s been raining nearly nonstop since Saturday. Our yardView full post »

This is my turf

Goldee    Bird Dogs, fourth is a series The grand dogs were down for a romp on the acre last weekend. Maverick and Autzen were completelyView full post »