A Stroll Around Our Lil’ Suburban Homestead

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Spring is here a time of being excited about new blooms and progress being made around our Lil’ Suburban Homestead!

Here are some of my favorite photos we have taken recently! ย Come stroll with me around our lil’ place!

The gals wandering the property
The gals are having a blast wandering around our property!
Our dog River surveying the downed bradford pear tree
Our dog River surveying the mess of the Bradford Pear Tree that was taken down in its place is now a peach tree that our honey bees will love!
The cluttered greenhouse
Our greenhouse is very cluttered this time of year! The tanks in the greenhouse actually hold on to heat and release it through out the night!
one of our pink eggs
One of our pink eggs I still am not sure who is laying this one but I think its one of my black chickens from Murray McMurray hatchery.
The cat by the woodstove
I love black cats always have! I’m not superstitious at all! If anything this cat is the luckiest cat I know ๐Ÿ˜‰
a poinsetta my husband nursed back to health
A Poinsetta we purchased at Christmas that my husband The Viking In My Life nursed back to health and it looks amazing!

Thanks for taking a little walk with me through our our lil’ suburban homestead! ย Come on back soon! ย Love having you visit!

 

Fondly,

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18 thoughts on “A Stroll Around Our Lil’ Suburban Homestead

    1. Thanks Mr. CBB my husband has much more patience than I do with dying plants I tend to be the one that sets with ailing people we both have our gifts……..glad you enjoyed the tour! You see that dog in the tour…his name is River and I absolutely adore him…oh I should have mentioned to my readers I love both cats and dogs but I am a dog enthusiast! ๐Ÿ™‚ So glad you stopped in I so appreciate it!

    1. Thanks Jenny! These are my older gals but they are still laying and going strong! You will love them and you have all that land they will just follow you around you know just know they will always eat up your food so I am envious you have the land to corral them some! Will you be blogging about this new adventure? ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Lisa she is a mess I think she is 14 years old now and she just seems to get healthier and more vocal every year I don’t know how she does it ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for stopping over!

  1. Your lil’ homestead looks like it is thriving!
    I loved that picture of your chickens. I couldn’t see the all of the black one…but I was wondering if it was like mine and had a copper neck ring of feathers?
    I have one of each like your pictured…well until my buff orphington passed… it was nice seeing this photo. It reminded me of her and made me smile.

    via FFBH, Pat

    1. Pat I have tons more chicken photos I just love those gals! I don’t think she has the ring feathers of which you are speaking but I have some more close ups of her I will try to share on my next chicken post ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m glad it made you smile I so love my Buff she is my fave I have to say….She will come to me whenever I go out and loves having me carry her around!

  2. I love black cats too! Isn’t it nice that Spring is on the way! I have a little plastic covered greenhouse now that I need to learn to use. So it helps to keep tanks of water there, makes sense, thanks!

    1. Kathy I will repost on my facebook wall but we used a lotof repurposed materials to build our green house. I will share how my husband did that part and why he did it in a little more detailed fashion. So glad you came by and I love that you love black cats too! ๐Ÿ™‚

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