What beautiful views you have!!
Beautiful photos! Looks like a lovely place to live!
I love the lay of your land. OUr farm is nothing but ridges. Hence, the name, Windy Ridges!Cindy
Holly, it is so beautiful there! Wish I could have such a pretty view as this! Enjoy the spring on your beautiful farm! xo Heather
Great pictures. I just love your free range cage! Is it made from PVC? Is it sturdy in the wind? I would like something like this for mine. It is a lot drier here in Colorado. We have been a drought for years! But we still keep things pretty and love our property!Blessings,Susie
Summer is fast upon us and it's so busy this year! Trying to enjoy it before it snows! LOL! Cool hens!Deb
Helo, I'am enjoying finally today we are having some nice weather to be able to enjoy the Garden...Beautiful photos..thanks for sharing them..with love Janice ...Happy weekend...
Such gorgeous photos. Your chickens are just delightful.
Beautiful. I don't think I would be inside at all. With such beauty beyond the window. Smiles...Renee
Sigh Holly! Loving those chickens, boy have they grown! Your landscape view is absolutely breathtaking. Heaven on Earth! Have a wonderful Father's Day. E
Well Hello Holly, found your blog and must say how sweet and enjoyable,love vintage to but primitive is my baby. Your farm is wonderful, the panseys look so pretty in the old tub. Blessings Francine.
Wow, what a breath taking view of the land with the old barn. Nice pics.
Holly, your pictures are beautiful! I have been at the hospital all week, but hope Mike gets to come home today. Have a good day! Twyla
ahhhh, a breath of fresh farm air. Beautiful!
So delightful and eye pleasing!
hi there my friend...WHAT A VIEW!!! WOW!!!!! some happy chickens too! so glad you are enjoying your summer...for me -- looking forward to the fall when the air and the apples are crisp!!!! : ) all i can say is THANK GOD for AC!!! sending you hugs and love and please give the furbabies a big hug!!!
Just found your beautiful blog today via Heather at Vintage Grey. Your farm looks like a bit of heaven on earth! Looking forward to visiting with you again soon ;-)
How I love this time of year, Holly! Your chickens look so happy in the sunshine!I hope you have a lovely week!Smiles,Carolynn
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