Tuesday, July 27, 2010


There are 3 tiny little summer squash hiding in this plant!
Opps spilled!
Pansies in an old whiskey barrel. .
I took this photo at one of our local nurserys. .
Every country garden needs a 'happy' sunflower in it!
Our little corner of the world. . .country garden
We live on a farm that was homesteaded by
my husband's great grandfather.
Four generations later. . .we are still enjoying 'life in the country'!
The dirt roads are paved now and town is slowly
creeping our way!
But we can still look out both front and back windows and
see the wheat fields gradually changing colors.  Smell the
 aroma of fresh cut hay.
We love watching the horses
grazing in the pasture and the sun coming up
behind the 'Grand Tetons' every morning! 
Right now summer time out here on the farm
 is just a
'little piece of Heaven'!
Enjoy Outdoor Wednesday
 hosted by Susan
@ 'A Southern Daydreamer'
 have a great day and go check it out!


  1. Love your garden, what wonderful features in it!!! Cute, Cute

  2. Hi,
    I love your garden accents and your lovely flowers. So pretty. I just read on the internet that a dam broke in Idaho, destroying an entire lake. Hope it didnt affect you. So sad.
    Enjoy your day.

  3. Your garden is so brimming with gorgeous color! I Love the Sunflower with the big head on a short stalk! Everything looks beautiful!

    Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving your comment!

    Kindly, ldh

  4. What a fun garden! Love all your containers and other unusual items. That third picture in pink and purple is fantastic - pure color.

  5. Such pretty pictures! How nice to live on a farm! It sounds like you really enjoy it! Good for you! Happy Outdoor Wednesday! Sherri : )

  6. These are such pretty flower arrangements..I love the flowers "spilling" out of the bucket.

    I visited the Grand Tetons last year. What a beautiful area you live in!

  7. It looks like a little piece of heaven and you have captured that in your lovely photos. Nice to meet you on Outdoor Wed.

  8. Beautiful garden shots...loved your description of your farm.
    Mama Bear

  9. What a darling garden. You live in such a beautiful area:)

  10. Those old milk containers are so great. It's great that you get to live on that land with so much history to you!