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COUNTRY LIVING FARMHOUSE TOUR – THISTLEWOOD FARMS

Can’t wait for you to see this house!  I haven’t posted any Farmhouse Tours in awhile…Life just seems to get in the way but as soon as I saw this house, I knew I had to share.

Are you ready for me to tell you where you can see all of this house?  It’s  THISTLEWOOD FARMS!

I know that once you see these photos you are going to want more so hope on over to ThistleWood Farms and check out her entire blog.

No only do you get the see all of the home decor but a ton of amazing projects and decorating ideas.

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Life Lessons From a House

LIVING ROOM

Life Lessons From a House

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HOVLAND DOCK ~ MINNESOTA

 

I have just returned from a six day-six state road trip.  I left Arkansas and headed toward Minnesota.  Duluth, Minnesota to be exact.  I had a great time photographing beautiful waterfalls and beach along the North Shore up to the Canadian border.

To see more photos of Hovland Dock and directions to get there, head over to my travel blog – Southern Blue Traveler.

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14 Foods to make before Summer Ends

 

Get the Fried Mozzarella, Basil And Nectarine Stacks With Balsamic Glaze recipe from Half Baked Harvest

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Get the Squash Patties recipe at Sweet Southern Blue

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RICH & CREAMY BUTTER PECAN ICE CREAM RECIPE

Brown Butter No Churn Ice Cream

I just ran across this recipe and wanted to share it.  I love butter-pecan ice cream and this recipe looks amazing.  It is a little more complicated than some of those 2 ingredient recipes but I think the results will be amazing.

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup  Butter
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups Heavy Whipping Cream
1 cup toffee bits
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COYOTES ARE EATING OUR WATERMELONS!

Crows and raccoons will poke holes in the watermelons or just scoop some of the insides out, but coyotes will eat them right down to the rinds. If they decide not to eat them on the spot, they will travel across an 80 acre pasture with them. They bite into them, pick them up, and just trot off with them.

Over the years, the only deterrent we have found that works is putting a tomato cage over the watermelons as they start to grow. The coyotes have yet to figure out how to move the cages and the melons can’t be pulled through the wire. We manage to save a few watermelons each year using this method.

Do you have issues with coyotes?  How do you keep them or other animals out of your garden?

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