This one is mostly done it.....I could not leave it alone. Although I'll admit I had plenty of uninterrupted time early this a.m.....except the paws don't quite have the feel I want. That I will actually have to think about.
Yesterday I painted most the day, here's one thing I did, this one is Bo Beep's sheep. With a circus tent in the background, of course. Totally cool frame I might add. Also these sheep are Valais black nose sheep they are pretty cute they have black legs actually and a little white spot that looks like knee pads, lol.
The next thing is "my awesome Newfies" who in boredom put themselves to bed. They start bugging me pretty early which is good because it gives me a good hour to read once we get settled. Ummm I haven't vacuumed yet in there and they are blowing their coats so look past the hair on the floor.
are prone to trouble so when we had to patch a large area of mud I was understandably nervous. After the rain that was last summer Kona had started excavation on a pool for her and Drummer. After it rained they would race through the house mud flying all the way to the ceiling........
Marcy and I got finally got the new rolls of grass planted and here are our barricades
so far they haven't figured it out my fingers are crossed.
I would have said winter but I'm resisting that phrase for now. Just because we had snow the other day and it was the second earliest snowfall....ever, here. Just say'n. I was sealing a painting the other day and left it on the patio to dry and when I came out this was on it
one of my Newfies
had strolled across, yes Drummer, of course. Later that day I was headed down to Denver and this big boy crossed in front of my car
he looks little and far away here but actually he was about 10 feet from my car. Elk are pretty self assured and little ruffles their feathers, unless it's rutting season, which it is, you can run across them in small skirmishes this time of year. Just make sure you don't get in the middle.