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Angora Goats

Photo: Goats Greeting

Welcoming Goats

Photo: Newborn Goats

Newborn Goats

Photo: Hungry Goats

Hungry Goats

Photo: Before Shearing

Barney Before Shearing

Photo: Shearing

Shearing Barney

Photo: After Shearing

Barney After Shearing


Tennessee Walking Horses

Piper died in May 2009; Ebb in December 2009. I have chosen to keep their images on this website since they were such a big part of the farm and a reason for its thriving. We miss them daily still and will add more horses to our family some day.

Ebb's Gentle Eye

           

          Ebb's Gentle Eye

Ebb and Newborn Piper

  Photo: Piper at 3 mos.

Piper at 3 months

 

  

The 11 month old Running

 

 

  

Beggars in Tandem

  

      Still Curious Beggars

Great Danes

 

Photo: Great Dane

Welcome to Disa the Wonder Puppy

(Nov 2006 - Feb 2013)

Disa (9 mos) wins RWB at Greeley, CO, in August, 2006

Welcome to Apollo (4 yrs)

(Jun 2002 - Mar 2013)

Your Toys are My Toys Now

Sharing with Big Brother

Disa & Apollo

 

And the lions shall lay down with the lambs.

Apollo & Gabriel

 

May 30, 2009 - 5 puppies are welcomed

Disa + Dasia, Duggan, Dalton, Dax (Jax), Devlin (Odin)

 

                                    

                         Dasia at 16 weeks                                                  Duggan at 16 weeks

 

How Wynham Farms Got Its Name

The name "Wynham" has been conjured up from Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift. In Part IV you will see it spelled "Houyhnhnm". It is the name of the horse-like creatures who ruled that part of Gulliver's dream world. Indeed, they still rule my part of the world and I suffer their disdain daily. Ah, but the lessons they teach this Yahoo underling!

I have selected the following quote from Chapter 3 of Part IV of this classic. It amuses me in it's political timelessness:

"...our countrymen would hardly think it probable, that a Houyhnhnm should be the presiding creature of a nation, and a Yahoo the brute."


Photo: EZ

"Knit on, with confidence and hope, through all crises."
-- Elizabeth Zimmermann

 

   
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