A MUST SEE A few weeks back we packed up for a ‘first in a long time trip’ as a couple. One of my previous posts https://newohanafarmtn.com/2022/07/18/a-brief-post-on-how-my-life-changed-dramatically/ helps to explain why I didn’t and wasn’t able to travel far. We were headed to beautiful Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, but our first resting spot was over 1Continue reading “BUC-EE’s”
Through the door, I see him, the young Red Cardinal, looking at me. He is perched among the limbs of our Mulberry tree. Red so bright against the stem, he appears almost pink. Feathery brilliant pink., I think. In the big Oak tree, the Blue Jay sits, on a high limb, looking through the door.Continue reading “Through The Door”
Happy Earth Day, April 22, 2020! From all of us and our pups, goats, chickens, ducklings, and goslings here on New O’Hana Farm!
P.S. We All Love You, Oreo Please scroll down to the very last photo! Oreo is our Blue Heeler/Collie Mix. She was adopted a few days after we brought her sister, Daisy, our English Bulldog home. Oreo is the pup that brought her sister, Daisy, out of her shell. She has taught her to playContinue reading “National Love Your Pet Day 02/20/20 XOXOXOXO”
Waking early on the farm, anyone up can enjoy the sun peeking up over the mountains. The grackle birds are on the feeders. Their thin, legs looking too long as they walk their feathered sheen bodies about. Old man winter worked hard through the night to beautifully cover each blade of grass. If one wouldContinue reading “Bulldog Daisy and A Tuesday Morning”