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Getting Ready For Another Dinner Party

Getting Ready For Another Dinner Party

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We Frenchies love when Martha entertains.  Before hand, there is so much hustle and bustle to get the house ready for guests.  We really savor all the great aromas emanating from the kitchen as the food is prepared.  And what we really enjoy is the actual art of entertaining, which we have gotten quite good …

What You May Not Know About The Great Blue Heron

What You May Not Know About The Great Blue Heron

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Martha and Betsy were riding the horses, Rinze and Ramon, recently near our farm in Bedford.  They rode past a swampy area when they spotted something amazing high in the trees.  Martha, of course, had her camera and took these photos.  After seeing them, we Frenchies did a little research and thought we would share …

Predator Tang

Predator Tang

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The other day, we Frenchies told you about our prey drive.  After finding Empress Tang skulking around outside, we got to wondering and did a little research regarding cats’ predatory nature.

Visiting The Farrier At The Stable

Visiting The Farrier At The Stable

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We Frenchies were cruising around in the Kawasaki yesterday and we headed towards the stable.  We were so happy to see a familiar truck and we stopped to say hello.

How Strong Is Your Prey Drive?

How Strong Is Your Prey Drive?

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You may recall that we Frenchies love to chase squirrels and we nearly got a little varmint yesterday.  We have to admit that one of us kind of gets carried away with the whole prey drive thing.

Edging The Peony Beds

Edging The Peony Beds

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Nothing sets off your garden like a nice crisp edge and that’s why we Frenchies were so happy to see edging action taking place in the peony garden just as those amazing flowers are beginning to open.

Deadheading Tulips

Deadheading Tulips

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Because we spend so much time in the garden, we Frenchies know the importance of deadheading, the removal of dead or spent flowers.  Depending of the flowering plant, there are different methods of deadheading and today, we will discuss how to deadhead tulips.

Checking Out More Beautiful Blooms

Checking Out More Beautiful Blooms

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All set for another garden tour?  We Frenchies drove around in the Kawasaki the other day just before a torrential rainstorm arrived.  Good thing we did, because many of the lovely flowers we looked at took a real beating in the storm.  Enjoy!

G.K. - Will He Be Best In Show?

G.K. - Will He Be Best In Show?

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Well, it’s happened again.  G.K. has gone off to another dog show.  We Frenchies feel a real sense of void when he’s gone but, he is a great show dog.

Searching for Blooms at the Farm

Searching for Blooms at the Farm

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We’ve had some chilly, rainy weather here at the farm and after the rain, the temperatures got quite hot.  These are not the most ideal conditions for spring flowers and many blossoms have faded away.  However, we persevered and found blooms in the blue family.