We take care of the land...it takes care of us.

We're just a couple of country dwellers......

that love nature, hunting, fishing, gardening, campfires, crafting, cooking, canning, laughter and living!!

Ya just never know what I'll blog about next...

So visit us often!

Friday, July 19, 2013

Sharing Some Country Pride



It's the busiest time of the year
here at Sall Farm!

Sall is busy
building and remodeling...

mowing and weeding 
just doesn't let up...
and
the Sall Farm Garden
is ready to give us our
best crop of pickles EVER...

can I just rest my fingers
for this post 
and let the pictures 
do to talking???




















 







































 Summer...
Pickling Season
are a lot of work,
but,

very gratifying work!




at the end of the day
I can enjoy a bit of rest
while I sip on a glass of this
and share it all with you!




 


 Fighting famine...
sipping wine...
blogging...

Life is good!

Thanks for stopping by!
Lisa

9 comments:

ann said...

Cucumbers and pickles never looked better. You have a remarkable garden. I like the dash of red in the bottle.

Country Gal said...

Wonderful photos ! A tractor pulling 4 trailers full of cucumbers passes every day at 6 pm from the farm down the road to the farm up the road , lots of canning going on there lol ! Thanks for sharing ! Love your new blog look ! Have a good day !

Lynne said...

You are the best in this department! I remember last year! My grandsons would love to live at your house. They are my pickle lovers . . . Happy canning . . .

barb said...

I love a nice crisp pickle that has been canned by the farmers wife. You can't buy these in stores.

Buttons said...

Oh yes indeed busy busy beautiful:) Enjoy B

TexWisGirl said...

i can smell the vinegar and dill from here! :)

Loretta Thomas said...

Wonderful Photos!! I can just taste those pickles already!
All the best,
Loretta

Ida said...

Mmmmm those pickles look good enough to eat. Enjoyed the progression from bloom to jar.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Looks like a bumper crop !
Those pickles look spectacular :)
{Drool}
~Jo