Friday, February 13, 2009

Flowers

Look what we found in the pasture yesterday! Woo hoo, spring can't be far off now.




And another psycho chicken picture just for fun.

Logan took all the pictures in today's blog.

14 comments:

ChristyACB said...

I'm anxiously awaiting the showing of the first spring flowers around here. Congrats!

Melody said...

Crocuses! I love those because they mean spring is very close by! Congratulations!

Claire said...

Oh wow, you are very lucky to have those already. It'll be another 6 weeks or so here...

Gail said...

Is this a sign of spring?

Iwanna Farm...new submission.

linda m said...

Wow, crocus! Wish I could say Spring is just around the corner. We had snow (2 inches) last
night :( Tell Logan that his pictures are fantastic!!!:)

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Beautiful! It is sure starting to look like Spring at your house.

Julia said...

The daffodils are budding here too! I love it. Also some of the early native plants are starting to bloom!

Peggy said...

They are blooming here too. Spring will be here before we know it

Ramos Family said...

I am jealous!

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warren said...

Envy...headed your way

Carla said...

spots of sunshine AND physco chickens what could be better?

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

hehe Psycho chicken! You're funny, Christy.

Hmmm, lovely daffodils. I wonder if goats like the taste of them?

~Lisa

Killi said...

The horses ate my daffodils! However, there are lots of Primeroses out & have been for months & we have Gorse in bloom ~ usually the Gorse & Primeroses are out somewhere here :). I love Primeroses ~ my flower