Category Archives: Wisconsin

A trip to Wagner’s Market

If you look close, you can see the white honey on the right of this photo, about an inch down from the top.

After walking around outside, I found my honey inside and then walked around the store. There’s quite a selection of jams, jellies, pickles, and more. Tomorrow I’ll show you the jars I brought home.

This location is on the southeast corner of the 54-47 intersection. You can’t miss Wagner’s Market.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Sunrise before clouds return

Only early risers saw this beautiful sky.

While I walked, the clouds rolled east and covered the sun.

The day started out lovely, but too soon became gloomy again.

I continue to search for a warm spring day.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Feeding the blue jays

I bought this spring peanut feeder just for my blue jays. Too bad they have not taken to it, even after months of it hanging on the porch.

So I adapt and put the peanuts out where they want to eat.

Maybe they will discover the hanging spring peanut feeder eventually.

I always thought blue jays were smart birds. They have proved me wrong.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Honk, honk

I love the sound of spring. The twitters are lovely, but the honks are wonderful, too.

Geese talk all the time. They honk while flying. They honk while on the ground. I turn my head every time I hear them squawking at each other.

My feathered friends are happy when spring arrives and they return to their summer home.

Today, in the sunshine, we all celebrate

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Happy early morning

Sunrise came just after six this morning.

I went out to enjoy the birth of a new day.

The sun and I will continue to get earlier and earlier until mid-June.

It’s a good time to watch and listen to the countryside wake up.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.