This year, our Ostara celebration was filled with family and friends. We used onionskins and leaves and flowers to decorate eggs, had a bonfire and letting go ritual, and lots of great food! Oh. And karaoke. Lovely!
Did I mention the previous owners had 200 goats and I don’t think they EVER mucked out the barns? The upper barn had three feet of goat poo in it. Gradually we are getting it shoveled out!
Came out of our favorite restaurant, BONES the other night to this! I have never seen a more magnificent double rainbow at sunset! Made it look on fire!
This is a giant pasture puffball. Looks like an alien seed to me! The larger of the two is about 5-6 inches across.
We discovered this wonderful Indian grinding stone right alone the dirt road near our property.
Went for a walk up our road and took photos of 26 different wild flowers. Including the diagnoses lantern (pictured), purple brodea (sp), owls clover, butter cup, lupine, and the red one here that I don’t know the name of…
Our garden is taking shape! The radishes and bush beans are showing as well as our first sunflower.
Another burn day on the homestead!
New member of the homestead: One Sunday night during a thunder and lightning storm, a dog followed our kids car up our country road. She was thin and disheveled, with heavily matted, filthy fur. She was shaking and agitated. She wore a shock collar and her tags said her name was Zelda. Long story short and after much negotiation, we have a new dog. Here she is after a vet visit and a day at the doggie Spa!
Sunset after the storm. So very beautiful! We so love it here! …till next time! OXOXOXOXO