Summer Pasture

Here is a short little video for you to de-stress by. It’s summer at the pasture, the daisies are in full bloom, and the birds are singing all their best songs. Enjoy!

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Harland and I go camping here every summer – just us, a campfire, our tent, and a sky full of stars.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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19 Responses

  1. betty says:

    Love your site. Just nice to take a few minutes out of my busy day and relax. Thank you.

  2. Tina says:

    Very nice! Now I know why you love Kansas.Have a great camp out.

  3. That would be a lovely place to watch the stars and then wake up next morning. Think of all of us this year when you do this, okay?

  4. Mary says:

    Thanks for showing us your little piece of heaven. Reminds me of our new property and the seclusion we have there.

  5. Becky L. says:

    Nice soothing quiet scene. Much different from our day in Portland,OR,visiting some of the fleet of ships that came in for the Rose Festival. We had a good time but was glad to be home and out of the traffic. We left at the hilt of rush hour and didn’t get lost! So glad to be out of the city again!

  6. Doe of Mi. says:

    Lovely, pieceful, and quiet. Its funny but, I always feel like the birds are part of the quiet. I guess maybe its because if you don’t hear any birds you know something isn’t right. Thanksfor that piece of country.

  7. Dianna says:

    Beautiful, peaceful ,relaxing. Just as I feel when I enjoy our sunsets. (I need to figure out why my videos won’t stream correctly when I upload them to the computer….)

  8. Kathy says:

    This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing–I may return to it often!

  9. absolutely beautiful! I love all of the little chirpey sounds as well!

  10. Kit says:

    And just like that, my childhood came rushing back. I remember sitting in the meadow behind my grandmother’s house, watching clouds and making daisy chains. I can almost taste the “green” of the daisy stem as I chewed a slot to thread the next flower through, I can almost hear my grandmother’s voice calling me in for tea, I can almost smell home. What I wouldn’t give for just one more day…

  11. Isn’t it the truth, so mellow out in the country? We had a family reunion at our farm over the weekend and peoplewre in a wonderful state of “chill”. =)

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Fairchild Farmgirl,
      It’s the quiet, or rather the absence of all things man-made. Just nature, plain and simple and untouched.

  12. Glenda says:

    Ditto! Had a campfire out by the pond with daughter and the grandchildren. The cicadas weren’t too loud as it was cool and the kids loved their smores. They got sleepy and went to sleep in the truck while their mother and I visited until the fire was waning. Perfect!

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Glenda,
      We had a fire too Friday evening, and hot dogs and marshmallows. Why does everything taste better outdoors? 🙂

  13. Becca says:

    This popped up in my newsfeed on facebook.
    I love it now as much as when you posted it in 2011!
    Hope you and Harland and the kitties are doing well.
    I miss your postings!
    Florida hugs,
    Becca

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