Saturday, March 1, 2014


From my archives, a visit to Hunsader's Farm... this is a gift shop...


Baaaaa.... welcome to our Chicken Coop..... there were no chickens, just sheep and goats.


Next door to the farm a horse taking a dust bath...

23 comments:

marciento said...

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A Quiet Corner said...

Love the Chicken Coop, let alone the warmth and sun!...:)JP

LindyLou Mac said...

The horse was so enjoying his roll in the dust.

Madi and Mom said...

Morning mad monkey! Archives or new your posts delight us hugs
Madi and mom

Blackberry Lane said...

Fun pictures today. I just came from TexWis blog and her Baron was rolling around just like this horse!!! So cute!

Willow said...

LOL My kind of place !!
Great shots , love the moving horse roll.

Snapper II said...

The second one looks like a guest house. LOL

Montanagirl said...

Love that quaint and charming gift shop. The horse in the dust is pretty cool, too.

TexWisGirl said...

looked like the farmer was standing up on the roof of that barn entrance - hiding from the wife. :)

Cranberry Morning said...

Glad you got a photo of that chicken coop. Doesn't look like it will be around much longer. And that gift shop is just what I need sitting in our backyard - just for fun, of course. Don't you love to see a horse taking a dust bath. What a sight!

EG CameraGirl said...

Neat reflections in the windows of the gift shop. Husader's Farm looks like a fun place to visit.

S. Etole said...

You see such fun things to take pictures of.

Inger said...

What a beautiful horse. A bit dusty, but beautiful still.

Miss Debbie said...

How'd you do that?? So cool watching the horse "bathe"!

Susannah said...

So good to see the sun shining in your pictures! I love what you did with the horse taking a bath!

LC said...

Been a little under the weather here so I am catching up with the farm, the gardens and the ride-through. Thanks for brightening my day with critters, structures, plants and funnies.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That gift shop looks interesting.I am sure there were lots of true country designs there.

Rose said...

I would like visiting there!

George said...

It's good to have archive photos to share with us.

SquirrelQueen said...

On first glance I thought those were some mighty big chickens. Those sheep seem to like the coop. I love to visit places like this. Cool action on the horse.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Your a clever lady. I love your takes and the horse roll is fab.

Betty Manousos said...

that gift shop looks really cute!
what fun photos today.

Ann said...

what a cute gift shop. I would definitely go inside and look around