Thursday, February 26, 2015

Good Fences ~ Edition 49 ~

On Sunday, the hubs took me to "my" farm,
Yes, I now consider it "my" farm because I feel I have spent enough money
on yarn to own a small piece of it.
  *  smile  *
Don't tell Don or the girls, they may not agree!

I had a knitting class on Sunday,
so for this visit, I spent most of my time in the coop,
learning how to make fingerless gloves.
More on that in an upcoming post.

When class was over and I went outside,
the sun was shining bright and it was 45 degrees.

 I wandered around the farm and not one Alpaca was outside.
But the land and fences were so beautiful,
I was not disappointed when I put my eye to my lens. 

 This is one, of the two new barns on the farm,

this is the other one, they are really beautiful.

 The Alpaca were home, I was surprised they did not come out.
They are usually curious when they hear a car,
or sense someone walking around outside.

 Here's a closer look, 
don't you just love that the wreath is still hanging there. 

This is one of the older barns,
there are so many lovely, useful fences.
If you look closely you can see two Alpaca,
both laying down, both resting!!


Sharing another view of Arrow Acres Farm with my good friend
for Good Fences
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!

February 22, 2015

29 comments:

  1. Hi Debbie, it looks like a beautiful alpaca farm... If I lived close by I would be visiting there too, maybe even take a lesson..Great fence captures, have a happy day!

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  2. Oh I just love "YOUR":) farm. Beautiful. Hug B

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  3. The farm looks beautiful in the snow! Looking forward to seeing your project!

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  4. Looks like you had a beautiful day to be out there.

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  5. Sounds like you had a lovely Sunday to relax, enjoy and create! I like those sunny 45 degree days when the wind doesn't blow, it seems every time the sun comes out the wind plays too!

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  6. lots of good maintenance and care they've given their (oops, YOUR) place! :)

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  7. Great place, it looks lovely. How nice that you get here in order to knit!! I couldn't imagine a more beautiful place for that. I want to learn how to knit fingerless gloves as well! However, I'm knitting a hat at the moment with an easy but lovely pattern that a friend of mine showed me. I like it a lot.

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  8. They might have seen the razor right before you came,
    because you always buy so much wool from them :)
    And I wouldn't go into the cold and snowy world either,
    if I'm naked ;)
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  9. I have so much catching up to do!!! I'm at work but going to look back through your blogs til I'm caught up - or until someone catches me! I love these shots - so nice to see that this land is loved and cared for. There's something about a well cared for farm that gets my heart every time!

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  10. Debbie I like your paid place thanks to you. You have delighted us with so many good pictures.

    Thank you twice.

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  11. Hello Debbie!:)There are great fences everywhere at your, place!:) The Lamas are probably warmer inside. I like the barns, they look so clean and well cared for.

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  12. Love your pictures, what a great place to almost "own". My husband says the same about me and the art store! Cheers,

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  13. What a neat place! I would love it there! Thanks for visiting my blog and your comments!

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  14. The fences and barns are beautiful. It was a bit warmer on Sunday, but those cute little alpaca probably thought it was still freezing.

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  15. Nice place to shop, take classes AND take photos! I love fingerless gloves, perfect for photographers. ;)

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  16. Looks so much like the alpaca farm near us... can't wait to see the gloves. :)

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  17. LOL....I did notice the wreath. Cute. I would love to see the alpacas, so maybe soon you can post a picture of them. The place is so very pretty....

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  18. What a great place and lovely photos Debbie. Loved the wreathe on the door and it reminded me of that old saying, "I will try to keep Christmas in my heart all the year." :)

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  19. That is a very pretty and well-cared for farm! Pretty barns. Love seeing that brilliant blue sky!

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  20. I like that barn- we need to build one similar to that for our horses. Pretty place.

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  21. That is a gorgeous farm! Beautiful blue sky!

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  22. Lovely to have a little look around with you Debbie. Those alpacas were just too cosy and comfy to be bothered moving eh!! :D)

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  23. Hi Debbie. You're turning into a knitting pro. LOL. Love your snowy photos, and lots of good fences. Those barns are really nice too.

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  24. The snow and barns are so pretty- nice winter shots, Debbie. Hope your weekend is wonderful!

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  25. Great fence shots. Very pretty in the snow.

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  26. a beautiful farm and fences. they look so pretty in the snow.

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  27. It's a beautiful farm...such a bright, lovely day with that snow and sunshine!

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