Post in 'The Inglenook' started by loon, Mar 11, 2012.
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Cool picture kathleen and good to see its doing well at the house
Whats his/her name?
We picked him up on the way home from a conference where I got to hear one of my heroes speak---E.O. Wilson, so he is named Wilson. We like scientist names for our dogs.
No doubt a fawn that was born late last year. We had 3 of them hanging around all winter and they weren't much bigger than some of the neighborhood dogs. But then, for the last several years we've seen fawns born in August. Never used to see that but now getting more common. That does not leave much time for growth before winter sets in. This winter? No problems for them except for dogs and coyotes.
Great pics Loon. The many years I coached hockey the one thing I always enjoyed while traveling the roads in Canada were the older stone houses, each one seemed a bit different in looks.
I always think Canada preserves their older buildings & houses better than the United States.
Thanks zap, think i mentioned before that the original house was built back in the 1850s there abouts and the limestone was taken from their property, which sounded like a major chore for sure
Coyotes are a big problem here Dennis..
Just got in from over on the farm and Buddy is pretty happy about it i guess?
Man he has to go see the dentist
Spent the cold crappy day around the house but the pair of them had a good time
Same over here Loon, went to breakfast then for a ride,pushed in a couple loads of Cherry then hooked the plow up to the old green truck(hope to sell) so I never made it back in the woods.
The wind did cut right through you, looks like the trees will have to wait until next week.
Me and Emma had the same problem tonite zap, but looking good for the next few days
Man, I can never get over how expressive her face is
She looks sad.
We were having a good time guys..But pouring rain
Always enjoy your pic loon.
Nice pics Loon, looks like next week will be a better week. Looks like it's time that I start cutting during the week, mill on the weekends.
Thanks guys..Was gonna stain the house this weekend zap, but pretty cool for that..so i guess i will have to go in the woods and cut some wood
Ha! love that dog....was she listening to the boom box? The little dog is cool also
We were back down at the cemetary yesterday pulling trees and building a laneway to the grove of Locust that has to be cleared out First i heard of it yesterday morning? and its going to take quite awhile
They are running out of room and expanding the property..
Emma didnt make it down jack as there was quite abit of machinery running around, but she will help me out today figuring out what just has to be done
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Here are some Poplar that blew down in a storm last year.
By at 2012-04-28
How many are clearing the trees at the cemetary? Looks like a nice day for working, are you going to burn the Poplar?
Just me i guess zap?
poplar is going to a couple other farms who dont mind burning it..
Looks like you should get some nice wood from it.
Beautiful Pyr! Where we walk we see 2 Pyrs, a boy who's very suspicious of strangers/strange dogs and a girl who's sweet as pie (they walk together). Would love to figure a way to get a picture of all 4 dogs together - white Pyrs and black Newfs - do people tell you all the time they've seen "black ones"? Cause I get the "white ones" comment all the time with the Newfs.
Thanks mfg, Those 2 sound the same as Murphy and Emma and no i havent heard the black one 'yet'
Ya zap its looking good down there
Just came back up from the property and its looking real good
But the Blackflies are no fun at all
zap..our leeks are about the same right now also...
loon and Emma
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By at 2012-05-04
Looks great Loon, I'll find out tomorrow how the black flies are over here.
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