The floor plan is very open.....here's a little peek at the kitchen and dining area. But for now, let's take a look around the ranch
Our grand daughter loves to give H & I rides around the ranch , she's only 14 but is a skilled driver. She can only drive on the ranch for now but she will have plenty of driving experience by the time she is old enough to get a license to drive on public roads.
Our first stop is the goat pen.
Well, one of the goat pens....lol!
This one also has a black cow in it that thinks he's a goat. He had to be bottle fed as a baby and now he's just one of the goats!
The chickens on the ranch are free range and this is the only one that would stop long enough to let me take a pic
This is the view from the front porch. You can see for miles here in Eastern New Mexico.
The cows normally eat off the land, but it has been so dry that they need to be taken hay and a suppliment called "cake" until they can be moved to another field that's greener.
After a long day on the ranch Melissa has a hearty meal ready.......
Tonight she made sausage and shrimp jambalaya.
One pot is made with rice and the other one is cauliflower rice since about half of us eat Keto friendly
You may remember that Melissa and her dad drew up the plans for her farm table a couple of years ago and built it. I think it looks perfect in the dining area of the ranch house.
Here's a link to that post if you would like to see more about the table......http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2019/07/farmhouse-table-12-chairs-for-200.html#more
This cows will be moved to this field in front of the house when it gets a little greener, but until then they will get hay and cake deliveries!
I hope you enjoyed seeing the ranch.....come back again soon!