Something very disorienting happened today. There was a knock at the door. Which is one of those things that is so unexpected, it takes a moment for my brain to clue in and say, "oh... there's a person at the door." 😀 Turns out, it was the guy delivering the straw bale we had ordered. … Continue reading I got you covered!
I saw this when checking our trail cam files this morning. 🙂 (It's just in the first couple of seconds of the video, so don't feel you need to watch all of it. 😀 https://youtu.be/UM6JaoY__Q4 What a beauty!
The blizzard had passed, and the ground was covered in snow. What is a poor little cat to do? Go up!
Today was that day of the month that always reminds me how much I dislike shopping! 😀 Actually, it went very well, all things considered. So I'm happy about that. I got an early start to doing my rounds, which meant it was still very dark as I switched out the memory card on the … Continue reading And early start in the dark
No raging blizzard was going to keep this nutty nuthatch from a snack!
My goodness! It's hard to believe that, two years ago today, we made our first post here at The Re-Farmer blog. Now it's almost 1,550 posts later! What a journey it has been. I wish to take this opportunity to say thank you to those of you who have been kind enough to take time … Continue reading Second Blog-versary!
The first real snow this year's kittens have seen, and it's a blizzard! 😀 The cats seemed to rather like the snow - and all the birds that came visiting the feeding station!
With the timing of things for my daughter's Sunday shifts, I haven't been able to continue our search for a new church to attend, but I do try to take advantage of her short shift to make Sunday a day of rest. So many kittens! And their uncle/big brother. Oh, to be a cat, some … Continue reading A day of rest
As the weather has gotten colder, seasonal changes are happening to our morning routine. With the outside taps now closed for the winter, and water starting to freeze, we are back to bringing out a pitcher of warm water to refill the cat bowls outside. With the bird bath now moved next to the bird … Continue reading Water
While the blizzard was howling, on Thanksgiving day weekend, we were surprised by how many birds were braving the conditions to feed. It was also the first time we've seen dark eyes juncos since spring - and they went away with the storm!