Usually, the Deer congregate on the back side of our homestead, and they prefer the dark early morning hours. But this evening while taking a break on the front porch, I saw this White Tail Doe and was able to grab a zoomable camera just in time. It beats the city, that’s for darn sure.
Our Barn Swallows hatched, that means more poop on the porch. But since they eat ticks and insects, their poop’s welcome. 😂. #BirdWatching
Coming as city slickers from the overpopulated Los Angeles area, having ten acres is huge for us. But once we settled in, we realized our ten acres and farm life was only a drop in the bucket compared to what true farmers have in this rural country. Nonetheless, we are thankful for what the Lord
I am preparing this portion of our property for a new addition to our family – my Wifes Jackass, et.al. This task includes but is not limited to. The removing of an old barbwire fence, replacing it with cattle fencing, and adding two gates.
Though the nut jobs would call them aliens, they’ll even convince the government to spend billions of our tax dollars investigating them. But in Tennessee, we call them Synchronous Fireflies, and they’re only here a portion of the year. And this is the season we can enjoy them every night on our homestead. They’re better
I saw remnants of mud above this pillar and thought it was from the wasps we see around, so I was getting ready to spray it. But thankfully before spraying, we saw Barn Swallows landing there. When we sit on the porch, they make it clear that we’re not welcome. Though my video did not