Greetings dear readers! Two days ago I showed you snowdrops in bloom and now look. They are buried in the snow. Poor little flowers! We are in the midst of a full-out blizzard. My dear "personal photography assistant" took my phone out to capture some images for me. What a guy. Here's our humble little farmhouse.
I actually took some photos from the warmth inside - this is our little forest from our master bedroom, we have French doors facing the woods.
This is from our family room of the front yard and the edge of the old porch.
The chicken house, garage, trailer, Dayle's Ford Exporer, the C-Dory boat and the barn. We own the land up to the forest you see at the back.
Our beloved barn that Dayle designed and built for our dairy goat herd of Nubian goats.
This is part of our circular driveway, the roadway is covered with snow. The bay window you see is behind our easy chairs and where our Christmas cactus plants live.
A closer shot of our 1906 farmhouse. I am so happy I convinced Dayle we should paint it red!
From our driveway looking West towards Portland.
The barn and pasture, plus a walnut, birch and wild cherry tree.
Dayle snapped a shot of his little Bonsai tree with snow inside.
The daffodils are hanging in there.. I hope they will still bloom.
We have a boulder there next to the Japanese Lace-leaf Maple tree.
One last capture before coming in to warm up. He gave chickens some warm water, refilled the hummingbird feeder and fed the wild birds. They are getting water from pond and creek.
We are warm and well and ready to have lunch soon. I hope you are doing well from your corner of the spinning globe we all share. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)