Saturday, January 27, 2007

Front Yard



Derby was describing where he lived on his blog & we added our description but also thought ya'll might be interested in the view of our yard. This is our front yard. Those are fruit trees along the right side & you can see part of one of the chicken houses in the distance. Hope the sunshine makes those of you with lots of cold & snow feel warmer.
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26 comments:

Patches and Mittens said...

We aren't any-mouse. Or annoyamouse (I don't think.)

Look at all that purty green! We loves it. We are sick of the white.

Patches

Cecilia & The 2Bs said...

Wow, you have a very big from yard. We are jealous.

Munchkin, Missy and Monte said...

Lots of room to run and play. do the chickens effer boffer you?

Forty Paws said...

Fank u fur bisitin owr bloggie. We lufs meetin new poodies. Youse got chickens?
Congratsyoulashuns, u got all the kwestions correct!
Luf, Us

Tara said...

What a nice big front yard! Big enough to where those moving machines can't get to you!

Lux said...

Wow, would I love to run across that yard! And maybe climb a tree or two! Thanks for the sunshine ..

Derby said...

I liked your description and the picture is good too. Nice to see green grass, blue sky and sunshine.

Fat Eric said...

The sunshine is nice. And it looks nice and open so nowhere for Evil Intruder Kitties to hide - we have too many nooks and crannies in our garden where the EIKs can lurk.
Purrs
Fat Eric

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

HI MIA & GHOST!
That is a great yard! Are there mices & things to chase out there?

Daisy said...

WOW! What a big hard you have. I just have a little yard, and I don't have ANY chickens. You are lucky! It is beautiful there.

Beau Beau & Angie said...

Gasp! Dat am yur FRONT YARD? Yowser! Dat's a lot of territory to mark. You'd haf to drink a lot of water afore you goes out there!

William said...

Do you get to visit the chickens? I'd think that would be fun.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

We have a "postage stamp" sized lawn so yours makes me very jealous. Sigh...I bet its really nice there, I want to come visit.

Latte

Dragonheart said...

Lovely! You have a HUGE yard! Here in Germany, there are a lot of people and not much land, so the yards are very small. You have a great view. :)

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

we duzzn't haf a lawn, but we duzzn't haf a howse neither, so we'll just enjoy lookin' at yurs. duz you got real live chickens? duz ya eat 'em? mmmmmmm!

Kimo & Sabi said...

So THAT's where you lives!

ArtsyCatsy said...

Mia & Ghost, thanks for dropping in to see us! Yes, Somber's fur is furry strange - black on the ends, but white underneath. Not like you, where everybody knows what color they are.

The ArtsyCatsy kitties

Karen Jo said...

You have an enormous front yard. And you have chickens! Do you get to play with the feathers?

One of us said...

Wow your yard is huge ~Merlin, Shadow, Ko Ko

sammawow-china cat-willow said...

We think that is really cool to have both a big yard and chickens!

China Cat & Willow

I Gatti Americani said...

Looks like a wonderful place to live. Maybe one day we could fly over for a visit!

Opus and Roscoe

Georgia (and Gemini) said...

What a lovely yard. I'd love to go exploring there and check out what's near the trees.

DaisyMae Maus said...

Incredible ... You've got oodles of yard. We have a yard that would fit in our master bathroom. We don't get to go outside, either. You are furry lucky to have such a wonderful expanse of yard. We DO have fruit trees, though ... Lemon, lime, avocado, and the yuckiest peach tree EVER.
DMM

ArtsyCatsy said...

Hi, Mia & Ghost! We just wanted to let you know before it goes up on the Cat Blogosphere that we're having a special benefit for Mu Shue over here at ArtsyCatsy. C'mon over and see!

Rocky & the cat staff

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The Meezer Gang said...

WoW! What a HUGE yard! We don't get to go in our yard, and it is an ugly brown right now, and the blades are crunchy, so we I guess it's not such a bad thing...But we sure would love a chicken to hiss at!!!