Deer tracks in the snow! That’s something I would never see in my yard. We’ve lived in this general area for almost 15 years, and I think I’ve seen a grand total of Continue reading Travelers
February is National Heart Awareness Month in the United States. The American Heart Association (AHA) wants us to be able to recognize the warning signs of heart attack or stroke, but also wants us to make healthy choices in all areas of our lives.
Doing all we can to strengthen our physical heart is important, but our spiritual heart health is even more crucial.
My farm day last week was a sloppy mess. It had rained buckets, and the water hadn’t drained off yet. Even so, chores needed to be done! The horses didn’t stop leaving Continue reading Messy Service
It’s gotten a little cold around here recently! Not that I should be surprised . . . it is winter! I took a few pictures of this nearby marsh at low tide. Continue reading Evidence
I took this picture along a road that had been cut into the side of a hill, exposing the water table. Water flows down the man-made cliff face year round, and makes these beautiful icicles each winter. Continue reading Be True
When you first look outside on a frosty morning, everything looks like it’s blanketed in a soft, downy white! But look a little closer, and you’ll actually see crystal formations sticking out from the edges of leaves and blades of grass. Continue reading First Impressions
I love the design that the wind made on the side of this sand dune!
Wind is not the only element to affect this beach area. Continue reading Erosion Control