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, the cats,Sammy and 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

A Sparkle which Really is Brilliance— Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Terry is checking the moisture in the furrows—we want the water to sub over under the top of the soil, deep inside of the furrow

You can see the top of the soil showing wet

It seems simple, doesn’t it?  And in theory, it is; in practice, it takes lots of monitoring and paying close attention

Sometimes you can walk out on a dry looking row and suddenly sink right up to your ankles…sigh.

The water running beneath the dam is good…this is the water going to the next field — if the water was coming over the top of the dam we would need to start more tubes

The brilliant rays of sunlight on the furrows, in one of the alfalfa fields

It was so pretty, the glow of the rays, the sparkle of the water, the rich green of the alfalfa plants coming together in a perfect way.

Then when I looked up, in the bluest of blue skies, a sweet little bird flew over-head

The work is hard, still nothing to hide from,

I truly could not ask for more.

From my world to your heart,

Linda

 

 

  1. Inspiring and Amazing, Swirls of Light —- Monday, April 6, 2020 10 Replies
  2. The Sound of Water —- Sunday, April 5, 2020 14 Replies
  3. The Adventures of Boomer on Friday—- April 3, 2020 15 Replies
  4. The Lovely Month has Arrived, Day Two, Now here — Thursday, April 2, 2020 8 Replies
  5. Winter Still Whispers on the Peaks of the San Juan Mountains — Wednesday, April 1, 2020 16 Replies
  6. On a Fine Day After a Cold Rainy Morning — Tuesday, March 31 2020 15 Replies
  7. Flames Along the Ridge —-Monday, March 30, 2020 27 Replies
  8. The Glimmer of Watching Eyes — Sunday, March 29, 2020 25 Replies
  9. The Adventures of Mindy on Friday— Strange Prowling on the Farm, Friday, March 27, 2020 16 Replies