I knew the minute my eyes finally picked him out on the rocks near the waterline, that he was not a Lake Boy. His hair was too fancy. Real Lake Boys do not care what their hair looks like. They are in and out of the water, sporting and goofing around. Even Lake Girls are different at the lake than they are at the ocean beach. Something about being at a lake calls for natural fuss-free grooming. I think that's because it's hard to be at the lake and not go in the water. It lures you into its
Heritage farm animals are also know as "heirloom". I discovered that this fall as I was reading along on the Tractor Supply website - my new favorite store. If you're not sick of me discussing my heirloom garden, veggies and flowers, then you'll be in for a treat as I learn more about heirloom farm animals. When I saw this new direction, I did a happy dance. It fits right into my "heirloom" thang in our new country world in my small farming community hometown. The Livestock Conservancy offers information on heritage farm animals, especially dying breeds, and I
I'm waiting for a story to happen about critters that is blogworthy. Don't let them fool you...they're planning something.