Autumn Sights, Odors and Sounds

pumpkins on table

pumpkins on back porch table

golden trees and sheep

golden trees and sheep

first quince picking

first odiferous quince picking

releasing pea chicks

releasing pea chicks

peahens checking out peachicks

peahens checking out peachicks


snow geese flying over

captured hens

moving young hens from the roosters



colorful blueberries fall

colorful blueberries

second quince picking

second odiferous quince picking

Asian pears picked

Asian pears picked

my last view of the young roosters

rain falling on barn roof

raining leaves


Gourds on speaker table


bones and candles on coffee table


Odiferous Autumn baking

Keto Pumpkin Bread, Pumpkin Seeds and Lemonbalm Shortbread

wind chimes on back porch

Ryeleigh playing with gourds


favorite goblet


Jack O’ Lantern


Great Pumpkin

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4 Responses to Autumn Sights, Odors and Sounds

  1. A busy time indeed on the farm!
    How is your ankle?

    • Donna says:

      It is a busy time. My ankle is getting better though. I can tell it is not as stable as it was so I am wearing a wrap on it and trying to be careful. But doing my rehab exercises for both ankles.

  2. Jeanne says:

    Whoa! You did get some of that nasty weather! I know the Oregon coast is getting it this week! It was really foggy here earlier this morning. We’ve been getting more rain, for which we are very thankful.

    You did get lots of quince, and lucky you for getting the Asian pears!

    Would you believe we watched Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin?! It was fun!

    So it must be “time” for the roosters!? And you have peachicks! YAY!

    • Donna says:

      We did get nasty wrap it our power stayed on so that was good. We watch the Great Pumpkin every year. I love it. The music is wonderful. And it is tiofor the roosters. I am sorry there last days have been soggy ones.

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