Tuesday, July 27, 2010

we are drinking in these beautiful days of summer!

Maple Valley off-grid Farms organic garlic, Kilarney Red and Georgian Crystal drying in the barn! fresh green beans...
there are those gorgeous purple carrots again! we are planting a ton more next year! views of the barn and a boy...


our daily visitor that arrives out of no where!


comin' in from the paddock! age 16 and 2... best of buddies too!



She makes the best homemade bread ever! She has surpassed us in all areas of life in what we could ever hope to even be... spiritually and more! Thanks be to GOD! fresh picked spinach! all 17lbs worth! no kiddin!
there is that homemade spelt and whole wheat bread she made!


some views of the farm that I love!



ruby red swiss chard! A favorite around here!

11 comments:

Miss VanDroo said...

It is all so beautiful!
The bounty...the children...the daily visitor...
Thanks for sharing!!!

Happy Days said...

Wow wheee! your gardens do produce and produce beautiful veggies! Love all the photos. And admire you ALL for your hard work at farming. You all do a wonderful job and it shows in the kids faces and the beautiful bounty you put on the table for them! I commend you all!! ...debbie

Kathy in KY said...

Ang - you and your family have truly been touched by God's favor. You are inspiring. Thank you for sharing with us. God bless you and yours. Take care, from KY.

Valerie said...

Beautiful pictures! Your garden must be doing beautifully. :-) Fresh baked bread is the best...my daughter is going to learn to bake bread this year too. One of my FAVORITE activities, I'm hoping she enjoys it too. :-)

Treasures Evermore said...

Oh those pictures are wonderful. Your gardens are doing amazing. Thanks be to God for all his blessings.

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

Dear Ang,
These beautiful pictures remind me of one of my favourite passages of scripture from Leviticus 26.
'If you walk in My statures and keep my commandments and perform them, then I will give you rain in its season, the land shall yield its produce and the trees of the field shall yield their fruit. Your threshing shall last till the time of vintage and the vintage last till the time of sowing; you shall eat your bread to the full, and dwell in your land safely.'
You are living this Ang - it is so inspiring, it is not just because you work hard but because you have done as this verse commands and seen the fulfillment of God's promise. So inspiring!

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

Oops that should say statutes!

loves2spin said...

Marvelous! The harvest all comes along at once, or so it seems! Busy time of year!

Diane said...

Everything looks just beautiful!
Blessings
Diane

Renata said...

OH YUM!! What a beautiful, fertile place you have there! Thanks for sharing a glimpse!
Renata:)

nocton4 said...

wonderful, so lovely to see x

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