We’ve had a rainy weekend and this morning everything looks so fresh, green, and vibrant. It does a heart good to see a needed rain liven up all the flora.
That is so beautiful. I love your photos and look forward to seeing them. Mz MaryJane, are you the photographer or is Mz Meg? I have been considering a new camera. What do you use? Keep ’em coming!
The Poor House Ranch
Miss Daizy, I took these photos with my iPhone. Is that cheating?
Not cheating at all! I take good ones with my Android too…..perhaps I can forego the expense and learning curve of a camera. Thanks. I will rethink it.
I love your farm name! Our farm is named Rock Bottom Farm because it is so rocky and we are always broke.
Thank you, Mz Barbara. It’s actually The Poor House Ranch on Poor House Branch. That is the name of the branch before the lake was made… Logan Martin Lake. My ranch boarders it but it is too long for use so I shortened it a bit. I like Rock Bottom Farm….I think it could also work for my ranch. I am always saying that I seem to “grow” rocks. They just appear!! And there is never enough cash!! Hugs!
How nice a warm rainy day would be-the nasty wet snow and mud I am viewing out my window are not very inviting. This photo makes me long for warmer weather. I love it!
Is this ” lenten rose” ? just lovely
Good morning Lisa!!! Yes, it is. Even though it snowed here last night, they insist it’s spring and time to provide us with beauty.
Good Morning MaryJane ,
Yeah we just had 15+ inches of snow – it snowed for 2 solid days here ! I just got dug out yesterday.
thanks for bringing some spring to my frozen hinterlands.
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