After doing a mega jamming session today (5 different kinds and 70 jars later), figured we should take the dogs down to the dyke for a good run after supper. It had been a perfect day, the weather that is, and the evening was lovely too
The grass down there was going wild like our place. A guy and his dogs could get lost.
Luna and Jake just wanted to get down to the water and FETCH STICKS!
We disturbed this heron who landed on top of the dyke on the other side of the creek.
Jake swam towards the light I mean stick
But the blind(ed by the light) cannot see, and he couldn't find it
They had better luck in this spot
And the mandatory shaking photo
Someone had kindly built a rock walkway from the gravel bar back to the dyke, but the water was so low that we didn't need it.
Luna and Jake started to wrestle and turned into an eight legged red and black blob
until they got a whiff of something more interesting
and back down into the jungle they went
The jungle on this side of the dyke has all been cut and was gone. Just waiting for some hot days to do ours. Can't say as I'm really looking forward to that though.
My original blurb is below. This blog was started to show some of our customers where their food is coming from. But...since there aren't actually many of our customers reading it, and just because I wanted to... this blog now is all over the map. Lots of dog stuff, places we go, things we do, and of course gardening and animal stuff, and whatever else I feel like rambling on about.
We live on a 10 acre hobby farm in the Bradner area of Abbotsford, British Columbia. We are vendors at the White Rock Farmer's market, selling a large variety of items. These include jams, jellies and marmalades, sewn items, free range eggs, cut flower bouquets, fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit. We grow organically, although are not certified organic. As of summer 2017, our hobby farm houses 2 humans, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 ewe, and 80-99 laying hens.