Keen interest in recycling and re-purposing is not new. Furthermore, human beings may well have gotten the idea from observing our many friends in the animal kingdom. Mother nature is masterful in reclaiming much of what mankind discards ... from shipwrecks to hubcaps (see above photo). Giving vintage relics new life and a new job is an old practice, which brings me to this week's theme: "Farmgirl "Pickers". I borrowed the term that many have become newly familiar with because of the hugely popular TV show on the History channel ... "Pickers". So, get ready, put your gloves & boots on because you're about to embark on a junkin' safari.
We had more fun than piglets in a "waller". We dined on buttery-rich, home baked crackers (MaryJane's recipe), organic "yard bird" salad, and for the crackers...homemade butter & herbed cream cheese. Homegrown and home-brewed Apple wine filled our glasses. We learned the basics of spinning wool, we swapped seeds and listened to Marty Robbins tunes played by the resident guitarist. And, on this same lovely evening in May, we shot paper daises full of holes! Who are we? We're "Guns & Aprons" Farmgirls!
Wyoming cattle rancher and outpost writer (rider), shares the “view from her saddle.” Shery is a leather and lace cowgirl-farmgirl who’s been horse-crazy all of her life. Her other interests include “junktiques,” arts and crafts, glamping, collecting antique china, and cultivating mirth.