These marinated onions have been around for quite a few years and I haven’t gotten around to posting them. So here they are. If you haven’t made them yet, you are missing out badly. They are delicious with everything and they add a punch to salads, starters, sandwiches, vegetable platters, pastas and snacks. So easy…
The morning started out just fine. We even had a little sunshine. But just before 5:30pm we were slammed with a 1 hour bluster! Tons of snow flying west to east horizontally. Exactly what we were told would happen. I made chicken soup out of the drippings from the roasted chicken (yesterday) and we had it for lunch. Gary went out for breakfast with Che […]
"Hanz, Sami, Rosie & Blue"Rosie and I had a nice ride down "The Alleyway" last weekend I started this blog on October 25, 2007 to interact with like-minded horse people, to exchange ideas, and hear other people’s opinions on everything concerning the horse. Along the way, I’ve met some really smart people who are dedicated t […]
This stunning castle,Château de Chenonceau, is like a fairy tale. It gracefully straddles the River Cher in the Loire Valley region of France.The corridor that spans across the riverIt was a cloudy day in May, 2016, when I visited Chenonceau, a castle I had heard so much about. I found it to be both gorgeous and fascinating--not only because of its' loc […]
The practice of keeping a perpetual journal has been around for awhile. I'm just now jumping in! When I'm planning a plein air workshop, I dig through old journals to get a feel for what the weather conditions were over the years for the date selected. That's a lot of journals to... The post Beginning a Perpetual Journal appeared first on Pam […]
"By doggies, you're sweating! Did you ever work hard enough to raise a sweat before? My opinion, a drop of that perspiration would cure consumption." John M. Stamper The Wolfpen NotebooksA Record of Appalachian LifeJames Still Well, construction on the new chicken coop has started and the husband is quite serious about its design. It will […]
In the gardenI tend to drop my thoughtshere and there.To the flowersI whisperthe secrets I keepand the hopesI breathe.I know they are thereto eavesdropfor the angels.I have this lovely little fern that just sprouted on its own, possibly Leatherleaf Fern (Rumohra adiantiformis). I might have to remove some of the paving to give it space to spread. I just LOVE […]
What beauty! Ah, no wonder you are thriving so.
July 10, 2009 at 7:36 am
The farm and the location both look just fantastic. Last time I travelled through France, I felt I could remain in many of the countryside areas for ever.
August 19, 2009 at 3:58 pm
I love your site . How beautiful everything is.I also love your way with decor.
June 21, 2010 at 6:24 pm
Saw the picture of the hanger once, how do i get back to it so I can see it again??
August 2, 2011 at 2:49 am
hi Marsha…thank you so much for all your lovely comments and appreciation…I again appreciate your support!
I’m not sure which hanger you mean? If you scroll over the photos, you can see their titles, maybe yo can let me know and I can help.
To see an image again, you can just go back to the title of the post which will bring you back to the gallery of images. Hope it helps, lety me know if I can help some more..
August 2, 2011 at 6:16 am