Saturday, October 07, 2006

A Look Around The Homestead

http://img172.imageshack.us/slideshow/player.php?id=img172/8467/11600871450ef.smil

10 comments:

momxtwo said...

Love the slide show!

We were at the Gray's Creek Community building. It is right next door to the GC Middle School. Off of highway 87 South.

I wish I would have had time to stop by and visit the homestead.

Blessings
Lisa

Wendy A said...

Wow. What a special place.
Lucky you to live with all that lovely nature.

Jeanette said...

Firstly let me thank you for your kind words my world fell apart when Ilost Alan.im pleased to hear happiness has come around a second time for you .

You sure got a lovely place there and have a laugh at ms diva

Jeanne said...

Love your slideshows darling one.
Love you
Jeanne ^j^

judypatooote said...

Lucky you, your slide show is great, I tried and tried to post imageshack slide show, and have always been able to, but I tried like 6 times and I always got the notice "interal server error"...so I finally gave up....I changed things around, and still wouldn't work...how can something work one time and not the next?

I love your little soap shop, and the pictures of the goat looks pretty festive.....

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

thats a lot of soap..hehe

Lisa (oceandreamer) said...

I love the little glimpses of the Homestead - I am amazed at how much soap you get made besides everything else. I still think you need to bottle your energy and sell that too. I can't wait to get my soaps - so excited!
XOXO

PEA said...

What a wonderful slideshow...and oh my, how I love your little soap shop!! You are one busy lady that's for sure! I really love your blog, it feels so welcoming and peaceful:-) Hugs!

Anonymous said...

A question!!

Do you lose any chickens to foxes or other animals because they roost outside?

They look very happy chickens and, to my knowledge, I've never seen you write that it's happened but I wondered!

Anonymous said...

A question!!

Do you lose any chickens to foxes or other animals because they roost outside?

They look very happy chickens and, to my knowledge, I've never seen you write that it's happened but I wondered!