It’s that time here in the US to change our clocks back to standard time from daylight savings time. That means we gain an hour tomorrow. Wow, that almost seems like a gift, but we did lose an hour to go on daylight savings time! Some people can adjust immediately, but it takes a few days for my body to deal with the time change. I’d rather stay on standard time all year round. California did vote to stay on daylight savings time all year, but we have to get Federal approval. But that doesn’t seem likely! I just adjusted all the clocks and will try to stay up an extra hour so I don’t wake up so early.

Speaking of time, learning Photoshop has become an almost necessity. The realtor I work with needed help with removing a sign from a photo she took and asked me for help. She assumed I could take it out of the photo. I had to tell her that I didn’t know how! I’m sure it’s easy, but I have to learn how to do it! Procrastination isn’t working any more! I will start my PS course tomorrow! I will start my PS course tomorrow! I will start my PS course tomorrow!

After all, I’ll be gaining an hour!

In this post you’ll visit two farms taking part in the Placer Grown Farm and Barn Tour. We chose to visit two farms. The first was Millertown Sheep Farm in Auburn. I was a little disappointed when upon arrival they had some goats in one pen and donkeys in another. I was expecting an actual tour of their facility. They also had a couple of food vendors. Oh, they had some sheep too.

If we were disappointed at Millertown, we were totally surprised by Martha’s Gardens in Newcastle.

After touring the gardens, we were back to the entrance.

In the end, we had a great time!

4 thoughts on “Speaking of time: Millertown Sheep Farm & Martha’s Gardens

  1. Thank you Donna! My idea of going to bed an hour later didn’t work. I just lost an hour of sleep! Those were beautiful gardens. I was tempted not to say anything about the goat farm, but also wanted to show that sometimes things just work out on outings. The goats were cute though.

  2. Great photos, Anne!! You brought some color to my grey and rainy days!!!! It’s been almost two weeks with these sad weather here in Switzerland….
    Love the photos you took in Martha’s Garden! So many flowers still! And textures and colors. I like how you captured the big and small details of the garden.

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