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Rolling with the Seasons on the Farm

Gardens, vegetables growing, and oh so hot!

GaFarm Woman Pam's Garden

"putting up" the vegetables

Putting Up the Bounty

Pizza parties and swimming at the pond

Pizza Party on the Farm

Sunflowers and bumblebees

Sunflowers and Bumblebees

Colorful leaves

Colorful Leaves Over the Farm Pond

Cooler weather...finally

The Old Water Mill

Time for pear sauce and canning pears

Making Some Pear Sauce

Snows down this way are very rare, short lived, exciting and special!

Ya Don't See This Every Day

When I See Snow, I Take Photos

Yet More Snow

Before we know it, Spring is back.

Ahhhh, Spring

Flowers and butterflies

A Beautiful Glimpse

Biddies everywhere

Chicks Galore

Time to plant a new garden

The Time is Upon Us Yet Again, and It's Wonderful

and time to smell the flowers again.

Seize Every Opportunity

Which season do you prefer?

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pam_6
8/22/2010 5:27:53 PM

Thanks Chuck. I enjoy canning. I am about to start on the pears in a week or so. I like early summer but by late summer the heat and humidity has taken it's toll! Thanks for the comment. Pam


chuck mallory
8/22/2010 12:50:16 PM

What a beautiful place! Those canning jars reminded me of my Mom's kitchen. My favorite season is summer, though some years I say fall. Either season, it's gardening and/or vegetables!


pam_6
8/20/2010 8:17:02 AM

Hi Cindy, Our seasons here are like summer, summer, more summer, little bit of fall, little bit of winter, smaller bit of spring and back to lots of summer! I always look forward to fall here, also. Cooler and less humid. But I really enjoy all year round as long as I am here on the farm! Thanks for the comment. Have a great weekend. Pam


pam_6
8/20/2010 8:13:32 AM

Hi MountainWoman, Thank-you! I was like a kid during our first snow in years here. It only last a day, but it was beautiful! I would love to visit up your way some day too. Have a great weekend. Pam


cindy murphy
8/19/2010 10:13:10 PM

Pam! Another gorgeous photo collection! I love all the seasons, and am so glad I live in a place that has four very distinct ones. Early spring is my least favorite - it's cold, wet, and to me feels like an extenstion of winter without the benefit of snow. But even early spring holds special surprises as new growth begins to emerge, paving the way for full-fledged spring in all its glory. We are now approaching my favorite season - fall. I love everything about autumn - the colors, the smells, the crispness in the air, and my favorite holiday, Halloween. Thanks for the lovely tour through each season on your farm.


mountain woman
8/19/2010 4:30:59 PM

Hi Pam, Every time I see pictures of your farm,it takes my breath away. It's so incredibly beautiful no matter the season. I do have to say though the snow certainly adds to the beauty and knowing it won't stay around makes it special. Anyway, I love to see your photos of your working farm and it takes me back to a simpler day. Thanks for sharing it with all of us. Maybe we'll come visit :-)