Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Sunday, June 16, 2013

Half 'n Half

It was raining this morning and I did not feel like taking pictures.

                    Jenny called around 11 and informed me that the Farm Market opened today so of course I had to drive down and grab a couple of shots.

Woody was singing.  If you are near my age, you recognize the song....

 There were more vendors than I expected.
 Mike and Katie were enjoying the rain as much as I was.
 I did not buy a whole lot.  4 donuts, 5 tomatoes on the vine, 2 zucchini and 2 hanging planters.
 Phoebe and Gucci kept me company.
 Later in the afternoon the sun came out and I forgot to take a picture of Mary Pat (my favorite model who is moving pretty soon and then I'll have to find a new one) when she came up for some rhubarb.

 Fed the girls at 5.  Earlier they got soaked and then rolled in the indoor...lovely.

Dinner consisted of leftover lomain...just mixed the grilled pineapple with it and made a special Saint Tim salad.  Spinach, onion, pear, craisins and peanuts.... I can just see him drooling now!!!! 
Ha Ha.
 Hope things get better in Colorado very soon.  Hang in there Cyndi and Terry.
Night all.


  1. I was thinking " wow those horses are shiney " then I saw the indoor roll shot lol ...gotta love it. Usually happens after I bathe ours. ;)

  2. That plate...delish! Tagged you back at my joint...

  3. We went to a Farmers Market this morning as well. We were very impressed with the produce and I bought a bunch.

  4. I think that salad looks GREAT! Can't believe you are still wearing long sleeves. I gotta move... ;-).

  5. Ah... yes, the Roy Rogers Show Sunday nights was a can't miss.

  6. Dear Lori, always and ever when I read your postings and get to the supper photograph at the end, I find myself salivating. Your salads are so creative and varied. I tend to make the same salad three nights a week and vary only my home-made dressing.

    I've been away from reading and commenting on blogs for several weeks and I've missed seeing your days filled as they are with life. Thank you always for your sharing. Peace.

  7. you had the hangers ready for the planters? Very nice.


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