Friday, August 30, 2019
Friday, August 23, 2019
High Noon Tea #19
Join me for tea by the waterfall on our mountain homestead in Montana. I will talk about how we feel the Earth move... yes... I answer questions about the numerous earthquakes we experience everyday.
Enjoy this tea recommendation, and thank you for visiting with me on the mountain. I hope you subscribe to my channel, and look over my website at quinnwildlifeart.com
Friday, August 16, 2019
An Amazing Friendship
Wilson enjoys watching me work inside my art studio. Even though I had finished early and closed up for the day, he still looks for me through the window. Now, Star watches me work too, they often greet me at the door and keep me company through the open window, we have had many interesting conversations. Sometimes Whiskey joins them or naps nearby. Their love and loyalty is so heart warming. I'm blessed with the bond between us.
Now that the mushy stuff is over- yes- I do clean up around the house at the end of the day. One of the joys of horse ownership. 🙂🐴🐴🐴
Feeding Frenzy Foiled!
We had some uninvited rodent related guests that insisted on bringing all their friends, family, and neighbors to the round pen when we fed our horse, Whiskey. We had to do something, find out how we solved this problem on our Montanan Mountain. Laugh and learn with us!
Sunday, August 11, 2019
News From the Mountain
I call this program my "High Mountain Homesteading Household Hints and Helpers."
These are some great ideas that make your daily tasks easier around the house.
You can also take the "To refreeze or not to refreeze food" quiz.
There are tips on grilling food, baking, stain removal, and a host of other ideas.
If you have a tip to share, leave them in the comments below.
Enjoy more of our western life at quinnwildlifeart.com
Friday, August 2, 2019
I was fortunate enough to capture a couple of minutes of this lightning storm. It was a fascinating experience that I wanted to share with you all. The storms move across the mountains very quickly and this one began almost 50 miles away. Sit back and enjoy the big skies from our mountain homestead in the west.
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