Tuesday Tidbits #214 ~ Big Texas Fun!

Texas Get Away

We just got back from Texas with a lovely visit with family. When I’m with family and enjoying wonderful fellowship… I don’t spend my precious time writing a blog. So… how about some pictures!

We always enjoy seeing these Texas Longhorns!
A morning sunrise!
An afternoon walk in Texas Hill Country.
Little Annie came along with me. She was such a fun companion on this delightful afternoon walk.
Chad waited patiently until we got home from our walk.

When visiting the farm… we always need to say hello to the chickens.

Hello Chick chicks!
Only one egg for us today. Which became my breakfast the next morning. There’s nothing like a fresh egg.
The bees were active!
It’s always nice to see the waterfall.
A male and female cardinal waiting for the feeder to be empty.
How I love a cardinal.
Someone else is spying the bird feeder as well.
Rubber Duckie… you’re the one!
A closer look at the pond.

A Visit into Town and Look What We Found!

Great Craft Beer
A great outdoor band!
Happy Days!

Home Sweet Home

Good to be home to see our backyard colors!

Thank You

Thanks so much for visiting!

As I always try to convey… we sure do appreciate all of you. Thank you for joining us for another Tuesday Tidbits.

Wishing all of you a wonderful week ahead. Enjoy what this upcoming week brings to you. And whatever you have planned… make every day count and be thankful for your Blessings.

35 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #214 ~ Big Texas Fun!

  1. What a lovely trip, sounds very relaxing, and being with family is always the best! Ive never had a fresh egg, but have heard they are so good! I love cardinals too, great captures~ Thanks for the virtual trip!

    1. Oh Jenna the yolks are so golden! You must ride out in the country and find someone who sells fresh eggs. My mother’s homemade noodles were always so rich and golden due to fresh eggs.
      Thanks for joining us on the farm. Love your visits!
      Happy Tuesday!

  2. What a fun time. Beautiful photos. I love that shot of the longhorns. Chad is a really pretty kitty.

    1. Those Longhorns are always near the main road. With them all laying down looking at me… we had to stop.
      Chad is a green eyed love!
      Happy Tuesday Tim!

  3. Nancy, What a fun time! It wouldn’t be Texas without a beer and an outdoor band! I understand about a fresh egg. It doesn’t get much better that that. Enjoy the rest of your week!

  4. Nancy, we have visited the Texas Hill Country a couple of times and it was so much fun. I love your photos, and yes live in the moment rather than writing a blog post. Your photos didn’t need commentary, they stand alone. I loved each photo and like you, cardinals with their bright red color are so lovely to observe. The photo of you two lovebirds is the best!

    Happy Tuesday ♥️

    1. I am so glad you have been to Texas Hill country. Always so nice to see.
      I’m so glad you enjoyed being on the farm with us.
      Have a beautiful Tuesday!

  5. Nancy, it looks like you had a wonderful time in Texas! Hope you have a wonderful week ahead, sweet friend!

  6. Lovely pictures! I’m glad you enjoyed your trip. Always the practical one, I couldn’t help but think about all the work that goes into creating and maintaining the ponds and animal habitats (wildlife and farm). What a beautiful environment!

  7. What a relaxing walk right along with you. How great to find a cardinal. I have only seen one since living in the southwest and they are so brilliant against any landscape. Like so me of your other followers, I love farm life and what it offers us. Looks like a great visit. How lucky YOU got the egg AND the rainbow on your return home. (I love the capture of your bubbles in the pond).

  8. I love longhorns and fortunately there’s a place in Wyoming where I can see them almost every year. Just imagine what it must have been like to be driving a herd of hundreds of them across the prairie!! The Texas hill country looks beautiful and a fresh egg can’t be beat (although it can be beaten.) 🙂 I love cardinals as well and wish they were as plentiful here as they were in the Midwest. Your husband’s beer looks more to my liking, being a dark beer (porter or stout for choice) person. Sounds like a great trip. Thanks for letting us come along.

  9. Looks like you two had a wonderful trip!
    I always enjoy your photo tours – makes me want to go visit them too as I know now how you guys operate and it’s always such fun!

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