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Friday, November 18, 2011

Mornin' Ritual

Unless I'm heading off to help a rancher work cows or working at the PostOffice, every mornin' is sort of the same...


Through the Clouds
Watch the sun come up for another beautiful day~




Sunrise Breakfast
Feed some hungry critters~




Mornin' Bird Chatter
Listen to the lil' birds chatter on the electric lines and fence lines...
wondering what they all have to say~




Who's Watching the Sunrise
Checkin' to see what the owls are doing. Momma owl is on the right,
but we still don't know if it is Pappa owl or one of the owlets
sitting with her...I'm beginning to believe (and we hope) it's Pappa owl~
It was a serene, pretty mornin' an hour ago...but now it's snowin' 'n blowin'...we'll see what the day will bring.

Happy Friday everyone!

Participating in Skywatch Friday ~ Farm Friend Friday ~ Farmgirl Friday!

9 comments:

Cheyenne said...

You are truly blessed!

Annette said...

What beautiful mornings you have!

Crystal said...

Sure looks like mornings are good down there!

Shirley said...

Great day in the morning! I'd say that's Papa owl, the youngsters don't have the ear tuft feathers yet, I think.

Kelsie From Our Country Home said...

Don't you love those quiet country mornings as you ponder nothing much and do your critter chores?

Thank you for stopping by to visit my new chickens also...I could not email you a reply so answered your question in the comment section of the post.

Hope it does not snow to much.
Blessings Kelsie

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Such a great post and photos! We city slickers can only dream of having this kind of day. Love the owls.

Dreaming said...

Morning's are special, here, too. I love going out and feeding and cleaning up the paddock. I enjoy seeing and hearing the birds. But... snow? No! Don't enjoy that! Stay warm!

Powell River Books said...

Seems like critters are always hungry. Got to bulk up for the cold, snowy days this time of year. - Margy

Rhonda said...

Enjoyed your morning pictures. :) Once I'm up, I love mornings.

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