Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The stone side of the building houses the well equipment.
The other side is a shed turned playhouse for the littlest visitors to the farm.


It seems a different kind of littlest visitor has taken up residence for a few weeks.
Do you see her?


Look closer.


More on the way.


And in other new-residents-coming-to-the-farm soon news,


we spent a good portion of the weekend getting the barnyard ready.


Just a bit more work to go,
and then...

10 comments:

Lynne said...

I love your Knit One, Raised 4 post editions . . .
Love the stone walled well house and the side play house will be such fun for the grand kiddos . . .
Soon to be some birthing going on . . . birds and horses or cows . . . or sheep, or maybe goats . . . OR . . .

Debbie said...

oohhhhh joan, they adore wreaths. in my opinion, one of their favorite spots. i have had many visitors and nests in my spring wreath. so many so, i can't hang it on the front door anymore!!

what a beautiful little home they have picked to call their own!! who else is reproducing??

Sue ~ Granny's World said...

Goodness those eggs are an amazing colour.

Is it finally your sheep?

TexWisGirl said...

oh, you're a monster to keep us in suspense! :)

thecrazysheeplady said...

And then...WHAT?????? :-D. Lucky you and the bird nest - enjoy :-).

Cathy H. said...

Oh, what a beautiful new resident! I also love your wreath! Ok, I'm so curious...hurry tell us, who's coming...I'm thinking sheep!

genie said...

You have a wonderful bird nest right there on your porch. How exciting. Love the eggs. Since I have been offline for a month, I have been wandering back thru your past posts. Love seeing the farm and the grandson at his sleepover. He is a doll baby. Hope you all are well and are not getting washed away like we are.

Buttons said...

I could be one of those little visitors you know it is just my size . Well a girl can dream I am happy the birds found it nice too:) Hug B

Nancy said...

Love, love, love that shed. I want to live there, Joan. :D ~ Nancy

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a beautiful bird and nest. I hope nothing gets into it! Happy May my friend! Enjoy your week! Hugs!