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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Sleeping Frog Farms


I wanted to share some more of the photos I took last week on our tour of Sleeping Frog Farms. I have serious garden envy but I also realize that they are professionals and I certainly am not!! LOL!! It was so nice to be able to tour their farm and learn from these wonderful people. Besides the produce, they have laying hens, dairy goats, honey bees and earthworms. They also offer an intensive internship program for anyone wanting to learn how to start their own Certified Naturally Grown farm.

This is my favorite picture, Elijah Blue in his froggie shirt with one of the many friendly barn cats! :)

11 comments:

edenhills said...

I think I have garden envy, and I've only seen your pictures. Love the cat in the collage. He looks like Sherpa at Happy Goats Farm. :-)

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Look at the swirls in that cat's coat! What's sweeter than a sleeping kitty. So pretty!

TexWisGirl said...

i noticed the cute kittie in the corner of your collage (wow, say that 3x fast!) and what a great name for a farm, too.

lorik said...

What a lovely pair! A cute little boy (my grandchild little too) and a beautiful ginger cat (my cat is ginger).

Buttons said...

Elijah Blue is so adorable, and the colour of that cat is awesome but your photography makes it what it is.
That is a nice garden. B

Kristina said...

That last photo is so cute!

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Beautiful! I love that photo collage. But of course you can't beat a cute kid with a cute cat :)

nancy said...

Great photos!

Melissa said...

such cute photos! =)

Im a new follower, and have enjoyed looking around your blog!

Marie said...

Great shots! What a cutie Elijah Blue is! I think I need earthworms...and a lot more knowledge! :-) Gotta check these guys out!

By the way, that blogger I told you about is Las Aventuras...connect with him on my bloglist!

Kateri said...

My gosh, those greens look amazing! I accidentally stumbled across a local organic farm a few weeks ago--and was so jealous of their hillside of bright green cabbage, kale, and other fall vegetables!