Month: July 2014

Guest Book – One Word Wednesday

Bet you immediately thought about a guest book at a wedding or funeral. There are those, but that’s not the guest book I mean. I’m talking about guest books like the one that lives on the chest in… Read More

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Four Lessons from My Canine Pals

Our Old English sheepdog came to us nine years ago at age nine weeks. Our bond was instant. He’s been my best friend and trusty companion ever since. He’s constantly by my side. Sleeping in the keyhole of… Read More

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Frizz, the Second – Miller Farm Friday

A guest blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara One of our most famous chickens is Frizz – a Cochin bantam who looks like she stuck her beak in a light socket. She is a small bird who makes up… Read More

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Déjà vu Wildfires and Round Rabbits

This time last year, we were settling back in to our home after a mandatory evacuation for The West Fork Complex fire. If you missed those blogs, you can find the full story here, here, and here On July… Read More

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Chicken Circles, Crop Circles and Cowardly Dogs – Miller Farm Friday

A guest blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Our chickens are really entertaining to watch.  During the dry season they regularly “splash” around in the dirt.  I suppose it is like taking a dirt bath.  Anyway they leave little… Read More

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One Word Wednesday – Super Moon and Dog Walking

Last Thursday night (July 12) at 12:25 p.m. MT one of the five super moons due this year shone from the sky. Super moon is the name coined by Astrologer Richard Nolle over 30 years ago for the… Read More

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Wasting time or recharging?

Edie Melson posted this image from her recent trip to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC. The scene and the quote made me think about how much time I sit on my porch enjoying the quiet and nature all around…. Read More

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