From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
What the Ducks! says “plump ducks by end of September equals winter by November!”
Happy First Snowfall, peeps!
Copyright 2013, Lori Fontanes
animals, back-to-nature, backyard poultry, home, humor, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, outdoors, pet ducks, pets, photography, raising ducks, seasons, video, weather
November 13, 2013
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Love your container and seedling gardens. And, hey, sorry about that, uh, “cooking” post over at my place. What was I thinking? Clearly, I was not.
No worries!!! 🙂
It looks like it did here yesterday morning. I have a bad feeling about this coming winter, I’m afraid it’s going to be a cold snowy one.
Yup! All (duck) signs point to yes! 😉
Welcome to the snow department! We have accumulated a grand total of a dusting so far.
Dusting is fine–beautiful to look at & no shoveling required!!! 🙂
OMP (oh my pig!) That is amazing. So that is what “snow” looks like falling from the sky. That is so neat! And the duckies – they look like they’re loving it. Stomps hooves – I gotta have me some snow this year. I want to see it in person and taste it. XOXO – Bacon
The weird way the weather has been, you just might get your wish! 😉
I really hope so! XOXO – Bacon
i loved the video!
Don’t get much of that flaky stuff in San Marino, probably–but maybe Descanso does, in the hills, every so often?
They are SOOOO cute…I want some , but I am afraid my dogs would chase them around all the time and that would not be fun for those beautiful ducks!……:-)
They make me happy just watching them all day!!!
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