I went to the dairy to pick up some milk and took all back roads! I could live on back roads, a matter of fact, I wish I did live on some off beaten road in the country. The open space looking west to the foothills with the great Rocky Mountains behind them, oh my yes please. On the way back home I came across those three deer just hanging out on someone's front lawn. Well, I had to turn around to get some pictures and have a chat with those beauties. Did you know that deer will look right at you when talked to, yes, it was like a real conversation, all that eye contact.
We are totally tucked in for winter on the outside. I finished planting the 400 daffodil and tulip bulbs. Whew, that was a job that was completed over a couple of weeks. Hope they all bloom come spring, it will be magical!
That bird pictured above is not our turkey for Thanksgiving, a matter of fact it is not a turkey at all, but a huge 20 pound chicken. I bought 4 of these whoppers from a young kid here in the hood who raises them for meat on their small farm. We had 4 last year and they were wonderful, but this year they are HUGE. I froze most the meat for later meals and the bones will be used to make broth, yum yum. And that bread, making it several times a week...sooooo good!
Continuing to knit, all over town---down town, Lucky Joe's, Me Oh My......
It's the start of the holidays with Thanksgiving this week. I enjoy Thanksgiving, getting together with family and the food! The best part is no stress regarding gifts. I hope to keep this season very low key, enjoying the people and things that are important to me and my family.
Please have a wonderful safe holiday this Thanksgiving and may the season ahead meet your needs!