Monday, March 15, 2010

Decorating for St. Patrick's Day

Yep, that's right, Crazy M is all about St. Paddy's Day.  See, we've rolled out the green...

Grass

Isn't it so pretty!  I think green is my favorite color.  The cattle love it too.  They make sure to only walk in a line.

cow path

Don't want to disturb the vegetation.  Yep, our cattle are very "green" earth lovin' animals.

25 comments:

The Redheaded Stepchild said...

LOL It's odd how they do that, isn't it? Looks like some nice weather....

Goodwife said...

Green is The Youngun's favorite color, and this time of year I can surely see why!

Sydney said...

We still have a path in the pasture that the horses now use that used to be from the heifers.

fernvalley01 said...

Looks wonderful! I am green with jealousy! we are still shades of grey and brown, and white

Crystal Young said...

It's also National Ag Week. Another fantastic reason to where green. I am so jealous of your green grass, we are a little ways away up here.

www.cdycattle.blogspot.com

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

I love the green of the grass! and the livestock / horse trails are always so cool! The stories that could be told on those paths!

Amy said...

I LOVE the green, it's just in the beginning stages here in Shenandoah Valley. Daffodils are well on their way, can't wait!:)

Scrappy Doo said...

Gonna have a great hay season :-) (Praying)

Pony Girl said...

Cool how they leave a little trail through the green! :)
Nice pictures. Have a happy St. Patty's day!

Shirley said...

Looks like here! I was just riding Beamer through the cow pasture the other day, following one of those meandering trails.

Jocelyn said...

yeah, green poo to go with their green diet.

Homestay Mama said...

Love the green! Love the photos! Love the cow trail. Love your humor! :-)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Electrified green! Wow! We only have white on our ground....and underneath that only brown.

I hope all this snow will mean lots of green come summer, though.

Right now we're just trying to wade through the 9" of fresh snow that got dumped on us.
Spring hasn't arrived in New Mexico quite yet.

Happy St. Pattys day to you!

~Lisa

West Side of Straight said...

So that's what green looks like! Can't wait for our green to come after this long winter.

Fantastyk Voyager said...

That is indeed a lovely emerald green! I like how a cow path meanders through the field, never straight across.

Cowgirl Goods said...

Gorgeous! That just screams spring!

Farmchick said...

I hate to admit it but I am SO JEALOUS of the green. All we have right now is snow, mud, snirt (snow and dirt) slush, and water!! Have a great day! :)

~The South Dakota Cowgirl~ said...

I love it! Bring on more green!

dibear said...

We are still waiting for the green, yours is lovely, signs that Spring is almost here. :)

CTG Ponies said...

So nice to see some green grass!!! The horses do the same thing - take a definitive path.

gtyyup said...

Wow...all that rain you had really's payin' off!!!

Gosh, I've got to get here more often...time just goes by so fast. I love your new booth...you just need to get the husband to stand there on his time off and sell for you!

Sure glad Diesel didn't kill Miss Kitty...he just doesn't realize how strong his personality is...she may be lookin' for new digs.

Enjoyed the buckin' videos of course!!

Andrea said...

OH I LOVE green grass!! Ours can't come up soon enough!! I love the first shot....

lisa said...

I will let you come and roll some of that green down in my yard!

Tammy said...

I'd kill for a little green right now!

City girl turned Country Girl said...

UGHHH I cannot believe you have so much green already!!!!!! I am SO ready for some here!! I'm glad you are enjoying it at least!!