For Barn Collective #20 with Amy at Rose Street Reflections I’m posting a close-up of a cow in a barn taken in Lynden, Washington on a road trip to British Columbia.

Thank you Amy. For more country barn scenes click on over.

Dear and I spent many hours in the yard on phase two of our planter/walkway project. The first part of the walkway is done but we dug into a snag finding remains of a huge tree that was cut down years ago on the property. We have to dig some of the roots and trunk out to continue on our project. What a big job that is. I’m ready for a weekend road-trip to find more barns instead of working on the yard!

The walkway is looking good, though. I’ll soon show before and afters of this area.

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Hope you enjoy the last week of February!

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

19 thoughts on “Moo…

  1. Oh I love the cow picture, Ellen! I think cows are such curious creatures, don’t you? I love the way they’re always sticking their heads over or under fences to see what’s on the other side. šŸ˜€ Thanks for sharing. Your walkway is looking great! You’re an inspiration to the rest of us.

    I hope you have a great Monday!



  2. Did you slam on the brakes for that photo op? I groaned to read about running into roots and trunk of an old tree. Hope that you are still pacing yourselves.

  3. It’s looking great over there! Too bad about the root – here on this old farm it seems that every time we dig out for something we hit stone piles – always more work than you think but it will be so worthwhile in the end. Love the sun bathing cow :).

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