An Invitation

I would love for you to join my blog.  To join this short, daily blog about our life life on a farm in Western Colorado.

All you need to do is click the button on that says:  Sign Me UP!  That is all there is to it.  Once you do you will receive a notice in your email box the minute I upload a new post. I post every day, except on Saturday.

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I post every morning, telling you about yesterday, or today.

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On Friday’s I used to let Fuzzy and Boomer, our two farm dogs, to take over and blog about their adventures throughout the week.  Since Fuzzy passed over the Rainbow Bridge, Boomer has taken up the Friday Adventure.

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Boomer also has a very exciting life separate from Terry and I…he loves to solve mysteries on the farm.  He has different companions who help him investigate the many strange happenings—

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Ruth a Great Horned Owl (she is very psychic) and the two squirrel brothers, Stewart and Stanley.

Sometimes it’s the dogs who live at our oldest daughter’s house.

The Sherlock Boomer stories occur once a week in serial format.  Usually the stories are written once a quarter.

If you would like to join Life on a Colorado Farm (whether you feel like you would want to comment or not) please scroll down a short way from the header photo and click the Sign Me Up! Button.  I would love to have you part of our daily life.

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I thank you very much for joining me, my husband, our cat, Min-Min Lou, and Boomer, in our daily lives on a western Colorado farm in the high mountain desert.

Your farm friend in Delta, Colorado,

Linda

Recent Posts

The Wind Tugs, Then Stops, and the Air Becomes Calm —Sunday, May 16, 2021

See the male in the background and the female in the forefront?

In the cool morning light, I often see my little male pheasant who has claimed the Upper End

And at least one of his ‘girls’

I see him often in the cool of the early morning light

Followed by two hens.  Sometimes only one, but most of the time two.

BUT, in the delightful sinking of the sun,

as we turned up to the largest Alfalfa field, I saw ANOTHER male rooster. 

Then over by the little creek, which runs through the farm, there was One More!

Finally, the last one I saw was guarding his territory by the little alfalfa field!

Four male pheasants, in four different areas of the farm….all protecting ‘their spot’.

What a beautiful, shimmering, abundant world we live in!

We are so blessed.  Thank you to each and every person who reads this; for your prayers and hugs and well-wishes.

From my heart to your world,

Linda

  1. A Good Sign — Friday, May 14, 2021 25 Replies
  2. Good Neighbors—Thursday, May 13, 2021 20 Replies
  3. Down a Crooked Road — Wednesday, May 12, 2021 36 Replies
  4. A Memory of Winter’s Chill —- Tuesday, May 11, 2021 5 Replies
  5. A Corner Turned — Monday, May 10, 2021 34 Replies
  6. No More Rippling in the Wind — Monday, May 3, 2021 15 Replies
  7. Happy 77th Birthday, Terry — Sunday, May 2, 2021 24 Replies
  8. The Adventures of TLC Cai-Cai on Friday—-YAY! I Have a Friend, Friday, April 30, 2021 13 Replies
  9. To My Surprise — Thursday, April 29, 2021 5 Replies