Friday, February 19, 2016

A peaceful morning...as long as you tune out the chickens and Alan's drum solo


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  1. Anne Boleyn2/19/16, 5:29 AM

    So GOOD to be with you'll this morning! Thank you!

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  2. It's a beautiful morning. Maybe spring is on its way.

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  3. Thank you for that peaceful morning video to start my Friday! Going to be 82 in Houston today but looking forward to a little rain by Sunday hopefully.Have a super day and great weekend!

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  4. Teams of horses tend to always stay on the same sides like that even when they aren't harnessed. Maybe that means you should drive George and Alan :-D.

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  5. Nice shadow puppet show with the egg!

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    1. Hahaha, I was going to say the same thing!

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    2. Ah, the sights...the sounds...the sun...Spectacular! :-)

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  6. Welcome back...you have been missed

    Emily in NC

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  7. Beautiful furbabies. And featherbabies.

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  8. Thank you so much. I loved your morning.

    Laurie

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  9. Awwwww......All is right with the world (I'm selfish) My ranch break is back!! I like the video idea, imagine how many typed words you would need to adequately describe the scenes you've just shown us! Love hearing the ranch as well.

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  10. Ahhhhh......by the way, it looks like your lavender is budding. Even more ahhhhhh. Aunt Jean

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  11. What a great way to start the day!

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  12. Has Alan always been a pokey eater? Just wondering if he might need his teeth floated. Maybe he just likes making everyone else wait. haha. I enjoy seeing the herd again! :)

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    1. Always - I think he likes to savor his food.

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  13. Michelle from Vancouver2/19/16, 10:28 AM

    Loved seeing the morning feeding ritual.

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  14. That was fun! What a beautiful morning.

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  15. Now that is one morning routine for which even I (night-owl) could easily get up at the crack of dawn. With a big smile, to boot. Beautiful morning, wonderful video!

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  16. Thanks for the video! What is probably mundane to you is so interesting to this city girl!

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  17. I felt like I was there! Happy morning.

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  18. So nice to be part of your morning! Glad to have you and the critters back Carson. I know that as I watched I saw George and Alan and Lucy ... and thought a lot about Hank. As you, and they, are likely want to do. Good to hear your voice and the clucking of the featherbees. ;) My Paco is the slow eater here. The three jennies (Rosie, Bella and Darby) eat their breakfasts in the paddock. Paco goes into one of the barns and I put his down in there and close the gate. Otherwise the girls raid his food. He and Alan would make great meal buddies. I'm also glad to see the snow gone from your vista! Texas sent 50 cm up this way (think half a yard)!! I think we'll be holding onto these snowbanks into April! Thanks for coming back. I will enjoy my 7MSN daily fix again. Hugs from Ontario, Canada.

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  19. An American in Tokyo2/20/16, 1:25 AM

    How fun and very educational for me!
    I wonder why Alan prefers one side of George?? I'm glad that he gets to eat in peace!

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  20. You could start a reality show, and it would be the best. I couldn't quite understand your comments at about 1 minute when some "thing" was moving across your land - was it coyotes?

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    1. Those were pronghorns in the pasture.

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