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Heat Wave, Sewing, and Plant Rescues

Posted by mrssmythe on July 2, 2018 in Crafting, Critters, Garden, Out & About, Week in Review |

Is it hot where you’re at? It’s boiling here. Currently, we’re looking at a week’s worth of temperatures in the high 90s. Humidity will put the “real feel” well into the 100 degree range. We’re cooking. What’s strange, is that last Wednesday it was positively chilly. I know because that’s the day we bought our […]

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Continued Cold and Snow

Posted by mrssmythe on January 15, 2018 in Chickens, Crafting, Critters, Seasons, Week in Review |

Snow and frigid temperatures continue – except for one strange day when we reached 60 degrees and all of the snow melted in a matter of hours. Lawns flooded, then froze again into shallow ice rinks the next day. Strange. Ursa has been enjoying this winter very much. When we go for walks, she veers […]

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Caterpillar Happenings and a Return to Knitting

Posted by mrssmythe on September 10, 2017 in Chickens, CPT's Lens, Crafting, Critters, Garden, Week in Review |

This week, I’ve been thinking a lot about caterpillars. We found a monarch caterpillar in the hydrangeas getting ready to spin its chrysalis about ten days ago. By the time we’d finished dinner, it had finished the job. Since then, it has weathered several rainstorms, and, despite it’s delicate appearance, seems to be incredibly strong. […]

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Chickens with a Side of Dog

Posted by mrssmythe on May 28, 2016 in Critters |

It’s the sweetest little scene. Just a girl and her chickens… …and her dogs. Those dogs! They’re fascinated by the chickens. At the time we took this photo, we were letting the chickens walk around freely behind their fence – despite the dogs. Since then, we’ve found out Manny can jump the chicken fence. So, for […]

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A Day Out for the Chickens

Posted by mrssmythe on May 18, 2016 in Critters |

Here are some photos from the chickens’ first day outside. Of course Pepper brought the mealworms. These helped make the transition a smooth one. I think the chickens would go just about anywhere if mealworms were involved. The cats squeezed out the basement door when we weren’t looking and came to see what all the excitement was […]

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