Saturday, June 19, 2010

Goat cheese, coyotes and foxgloves

Dave and I visit the Belliveau's Cove Farmers Market every Saturday morning. One lady there has the most incredible homemade goat cheese. This time we got the greek feta. Along with a few additions we gathered after we got home, it was the perfect lunch.

We've spotted two coyotes behind our neighbor's barn Thursday evening when it was still a little bit light outside. They are getting to be a problem in Nova Scotia - an over-population and too social. They are being seen on school playgrounds. The government has put a bonty on them.

Beautiful pansies from the garden...

Chives...

Foxgloves are bi-annual, I almost forget I have them until I spot this in the garden next to the chicken coop.


Freshly painted wooden rocking chair. Bright colors make me happy !

3 comments:

JoyceAnn said...

Yum ! Everything looks delish. I've never drank goats milk or eat fresh goat cheese , but I'm looking forward to the day I can try the milk and make my own cheese.
Your flowers and herbs are beautiful ...... love the bright yellow chair.

Thanks , for the info about the soap. I'm definitely going to give it a try. We have coyotes here too , but so far I haven't seen any near our home. My SIL saw one ran over on the hwy about a mile from here just a couple of months ago though.

~ Happy Herbal Blessings ~

Colleen said...

i love the photos of the beautiful flowers and the lovely yellow chair. I love bright colours too.

sherrieg said...

The chair looks great! And I love the closeup of the foxgloves. I am going to have to make it up to Belliveau's Cove soon to try that cheese! It sounds amazing.