Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Trees are Blooming!

Even before leaves appeared, buds made their annual showing and in a matter of days they are in full bloom! I’m glad I got out to see them in the 70 degree weather this week because snow is predicted for tomorrow.

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Newborn Calves

I grew up in San Ysidro, California (right up the road from Dairy Mart Farms) believing that all cows were smooth with black & white spots. Our cousins would come visit from Indiana to what my uncle called “Cow-y-fornia.” Now … Continue reading

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The Sign of the Daffodils

The first sign of Spring in this part of Kentucky is the advent of the daffodils. The snow barely melts and we monitor the thick clumps of green as they grow daily, anticipating the big yellow blooms. BAM! They suddenly appear … Continue reading

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Spring Arrives in Kentucky

The first day of Spring (vernal equinox) arrived with mostly clear weather, giving us hope to see the Super Moon in all it’s glory. We were told in the news that the full moon would appear 16% larger tonight because it would be … Continue reading

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