Friday, June 10, 2011

Farmchick's Farm Photo Friday ~ Bloghop!!

Welcome to Farmchick's Farm Photo Friday!!! If you have a picture taken on your farm, ranch, in your garden or just out in the country, I would love to have you add it and play along!


Big wheels rolling!

The rain has stopped for now so we are getting a lot of our seeding done............but we are not done yet!!! Hoping for continued dry weather!

How to play along in my bloghop:
1) Link directly to your picture. Scroll down and click on the ADD YOUR LINK button . You will be prompted to enter the URL (link directly to your post), name of your picture, and email (not visible), and then select a Thumbnail to upload.
2) Visit the other picture links! :)
3) Please include a link back to Fresh from the Farm so everyone can see all the wonderful pictures. Anywhere in the post just say that you are joining Farmchick in her bloghop and put the link...doesn't have to be the exact words but please mention my blog somewhere in your post so that others can get to my blog and enjoy all the other picture submissions! We want to get as many people involved as possible!!

If you want to play a long but need a little help to get started, simply leave a comment here with your questions or email me. I will be glad to help you get started. :)

Now just click on the ADD YOUR LINK button -- right next to the cute little froggy face below to get started!






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6 sweet chicks commented here:

Allison at Novice Life said...

I LOVE seeing tractors out in the fields! Stay cool!!

Sharon said...

Those are some great photos of what is going on in the country.
Have a great weekend.

gtyyup said...

Love seeing those big ol' tractors goin' round 'n round...hope the weather holds out for ya!

dedasemaj said...

Hey the muffin recipe looks awesome and I'll make some tomorrow. Thanks for the great blog !

dedasemaj said...

Hey looks like a great muffin recipe. Thanks ! I'll make them tomorrow.

Kim said...

Glad to see you guys are finally getting out in the field.
Thanks for farming!
Kim in OK