Thursday, April 1, 2010
Maybe it's because we have a little cowgirl running around. Or maybe I have a minor case of cabin-hermit fever. Or maybe I just have way too much time on my hands. Whatever it is, I am having a blast hiding Easter Eggs this year. What a place to hide eggs, too. This Colorado Dude Ranch has endless hiding spots. See if you can guess each spot!
Oh, and yes, it is snowing. April 1st and still snowing. Hmmph.
A horse feed box.
In the pasture with the cows.
The DWR sign post.
In with the chicks. I hope their eggs aren't this color when they start laying.
In the hay barn.
In with the Mommy Shiloh and her kittens.
A cabin porch.
The big chicks. "What is this? Is it going to hatch?"
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Time for Ranch Chores with the Pink Marshmallow
I suppose most of us that grew up in colder climates went through some kind of mother-inflicted marshmallow phase during childhood. Peyton, our ranch 1 year old, is not exempt from the marshmallow rule. I always wondered what the deal with all the clothes was, but now that I have my own child to dress to go outside when it's 5 degrees, I get it. Here she is, the Pink Marshmallow!
All decked out in multiple mommy-inflicted sweaters, coats, hats, and mittens to be out in our bitter cold weather, she is slowly learning to pull her own weight around here (all 25 pounds of it). She's learning to do some chores!
The bunny gets leftover veggie scraps from our kitchens.
So do the ducks.
And the funny little doggies accompany us to make sure that the bunny doesn't escape!