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These Long Dogs Days of Summer

I finally figured out what the saying “dogs days of summer” means. It means the dogs are living like royalty! They have a 24/7 fresh water baby pool, nice mowed lawn to lay on, a splash pad on demand, shade from the trees to keep them cool, butterflies and grasshoppers to chase, an air conditioned house for tv time, and extra food at dinner because of all the activity. So …

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Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip

Super simple, quick and easy Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip, is a dish you can easily take for a potluck, picnic or impromptu gathering of friends and family. One of my favorite things to do with this dish, is to make a batch for myself, grab a bowl of scoop chips and dive right in.  The Southwest Summertime Creamy Corn Dip is made up of light bright colors very pleasing to …

Days full of Sunshine and Good Food

The baking extravaganza all started with the announcement that my two daughters were coming over early Sunday morning! They had a to do list to do with the horses, it was going to be one of those wonderfully long days filled with outside chores , good food, laughter and complete exhaustion at the end of the day. Because I always have a to-do list that needs some TLC every now …

Garden Pickins

Every morning my ritual is to go directly to the garden, coffee cup in hand. When I got out there this morning my intention was to start picking as many peppers as I could find, and boy did I find alot! I was able to pick enough peppers, and green tomatoes and combine them with what I had from my earlier garden pick this week with the onions to make …

How to be a successful Pickle Rancher

I am a Pickle Rancher!  Yup I wrangle these unruly pickles and corral them into jars. To be a successful pickle rancher, you must have ripe, fresh dill pickles that are fresh and crunchy, any brand will do! You can use Pickle spears, or chips or sandwich slices. First slowly open the jar, you don’t want the pickles to try to jump out and escape onto pasture. Slowly add the …

Annie and Pennys Garden Grows

There has been an whirlwind of activity here at Long Ears Farm in the past couple weeks. With the return of warmer temps, I am now able to get everything outside set up in the garden, open up the chicken coops, build gates, repair fences, and turn the outside water back on, and bring the swamp cooler back online. Annie and Penny have been very involved in all the action …

Change in the air by bear

I knew when I woke up that this day would be different than most. I could smell a change in the winds as it engulfed me during my morning rounds.   The air smelled sweet, almost foreign but oh so familiar. My best friend was still sleeping, she was tired from a long week at her job. I decided to go out into the yard and do my rounds early …

Doc and the Chicken Sandwich

Let me introduce myself my name is Doc, or Docdog as my humans call me when I am in trouble and not in trouble, kina confusing if you ask me. My owner says I have an “intense personality”, maybe its because I am sort of a border collie, perhaps, some sort of border collies I have met do seem to be pretty intense that’s for sure. I know I have …

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