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Photography, nature, and thought intersect at the blog of Michael Bizeau and Christine Schultheis. Enthusiasts of wildlife, landscapes, and birds will enjoy these images that capture moments in the wilderness.
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The Donkey Whisperer Farm will teach you how to measure the head and build a perfect fitting halter for any equine on your farm.
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Moses, an Egyptian donkey, was the mascot of the New Zealand Army Service Corps in France. These images were taken at Louvencourt on 20 April 1918.
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
I have lived in the Pacific Northwest my entire life. When my husband saw this tree he said “This is the one”, no watering, no mess. Well we moved over to the other side and I am here to say this is it! I love this fake tree. Easy to setup and no tree died.
Aging is a process for sure, one I was not ready to embrace as we have always cut our own beautiful fresh tree. We are excited to share the fake tree is amazing. Looks real and takes minutes to setup.
Do you have a fake tree or a fresh tree?
Anti Heat Seeking Missile Flare Test
A flare or decoy flare is an aerial infrared countermeasure used by a plane or helicopter to counter an infrared homing (“heat-seeking”) surface-to-air missile or air-to-air missile. … The aim is to make the infrared-guided missile seek out the heat signature from the flare rather than the aircraft’s engines.
Creating a farm takes lots of planning, savings and patience. The farm is a full-time investment of time, energy and funds. Each animal is unique, as time passes so does their health care requirements similar to people.
Why do people love owning a farm?
The farm is a wonderful place to work and relax at the same time. The human body was made to stay in motion. Not to sit around in front of the computer or other electronic devices. Fresh air and a purpose helps us sleep really hard at night.
The animals each have unique personalities and they are truly part of our life. We love each animal for life.
Farm visit do’s and don’ts or “Farm Etiquette”
- You are visiting a working farm and a business. You are a guest on the farm. Please respect any rules and signs displayed at the farm.
- Driving past a farm. Please slow down, do not honk your horn or throw food or garbage at the farm.
- When you drive into a farm shut the gate behind you.
- Leave your pets at home unless the farm specifies that pets are welcome. Most farms have their own animals.
- Park your vehicle in designated areas only.
- For your own safety, visit only identified areas.
- Please keep an eye on your children to ensure a fun, safe visit.
- Keep closed gates closed and opened gates open.
- Dispose of garbage in receptacles.
- Wash your hands after touching the farm animals.
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