Redbush is profusely appologizing for her lack of blogs this past year. She has been involved with her acreage, training her dogs, and gardening. This year's summer seemed to produce her vegetables better than ever, so, she thought she would send you some captions of what she harvested for some of her dishes. She wonders if any of you plant purple potatoes. Some of her friends find them too purply for their liking. Redbush hopes to keep up more with her blog site as she enjoys hearing from you. She hopes all of you had a great spring and summer and now cheers to a perfect winter with warm temperatures and little snow.
Redbush hasn't been doing any blogging. It seemed like one day ran into another and here she is 5 months later. She has been occupied doing most everything, and on most days, just being lazy. She feels that she is missing a lot of the news, opinions, and her blog friendships. Here's hoping that she can keep a little more up with the blog world. Redbush and family certainly haven't missed having a break from the snowfall lately as she and Mr. Redbush are sick of shovelling the white stuff. Fonzi and Beatle are keeping the household and yard in tow, Fonzi enjoying the huge snowdrifts much more than Beatle who gets totally immersed when striking across where no path has been made. The Redbush family have been frequented by a few cow moose and their calves as well as deer. The theory is that they are coming for the feed in her yard, mainly willow trees for the moose, and bird feed dropped by the birds for the deer. Fonzi had a face-to-face with a cow moose, and is lucky to still be here to bark about it. Consequently, when Redbush ventures out to walk the two of them, she first has to check the yard with her million candle power flashlight to see if they have entered her yard for the night. She has posted some pictures of her last 5 months, but, notices the first one shows Fonzi when he was but a babe - OOPS! She hopes that she can keep up with her blogging, and wishes everyone a happy 2013.
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.