Before the brown of winter gives way to the green of Spring, it's amazing to get out and see what treasures are hidden in the yard. Not sure where this nest had been before it ended up here; may have been in the rafters of the chicken house. Wonder what kind of birds?
These shells have been popping up in the yard all the years I can remember. Where did they come from? Shouldn't they be near an ocean?! Or else that's one heck of a big snail!
This really hasn't been a hard winter by any stretch, but sure can't wait for warmer days and a little sunshine. The good news is those spring flowers are daring enough to poke their leaves and buds out and take a gander, so it must be getting close.
This hillside of Daffodils is on our farm. Years ago, there was a house and a small quarry where all of these lovelies now reside. Can't wait to get out and get a bouquet or two, but need it to dry up just a bit more.
I think you're supposed to plant your potatoes on Good Friday aren't you? Better get ready!
I was born and raised in Sellersburg, Indiana. After being away for more than 30 years I have the good fortune to return home to steward a few acres that have been in our family for more than a 100 years. I'm combining my love for our place and my passion for antiques, and want share it with others who enjoy the same, with an annual antique sale.