A week or so ago, Redbush, and family went out hunting for wilderness water spots to take photos of. She loves to use spots like this for references for her artworks. They are glad they did. This week, the spots would be totally different with the cool -26 degree days. Winter is here to stay again, I'm afraid. Beatle can't wait to get in from the outside after his walk.
Redbush only cooks this meat once or twice a year. Usually her family enjoys it boiled, but, this time she tried a roasting recipe. Most people turn their noses up at it, but then, Redbush knows frlends of hers who don't like liver,and onions either, but she likes it. She wonders if you can guess what it is and if you have and unusual, or rare foods you enjoy. Redbush wishes you a great week and good eating!
I live on an acreage with my husband, and two dogs, a shepherd, and a wire-haired fox terrier. My shepherd has been a show dog, and I enjoy taking him to various obedience competitions. I have always enjoyed the wilderness, so, I am constantly taking photos to be used as references for mostly landscape artworks done in oils, acrylics, and watercolours. Usually my artworks are displayed and entered for sale in a couple of different shows a year, and I have done commissions for customers. I have always had a love for animals, especially dogs, and horses.